help to mount remote ubuntu filesystem

Florian Diesch diesch at spamfence.net
Thu Jun 24 18:20:59 UTC 2010


ning luwen <ningluwen at gmail.com> writes:

>   I have tried to mount a remote ubuntu filesystem. Just follow this
> http://www.simplehelp.net/2008/11/03/how-to-mount-a-remote-filesystem-in-ubuntu/
> , I found it is ok to mount.
>   I wander how can I do the same thing in the Terminal.
>   I have tried use command : "sudo mount me at remote_ip:remote_folder
> local_folder" or "sudo mount -t nft me at remote_ip:remote_folder
> local_folder", but this didn't work.

Mount can't do that for ftp or ssh. Either install a FUSE based file
system like curlftpfs or use the GVFS command line utilities, e.g.

  gvfs-mount ftp://ftp.example.com

That does exactly the same as mounting that server from the GUI. It
gets mounted somewhere under ~/.gvfs/




   Florian
-- 
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