Forum: DSL Ideas and Suggestions
Topic: sshfs
started by: MRB

Posted by MRB on Dec. 11 2006,05:45
I was pleased to see that DSL includes sshfs support.  I can mount a remote filesystem as the normal (non-root) user with sshfs, and it works great.  The fuse package is needed to make sshfs work, and DSL includes fuse.  My only problem is that fuse is set up so that only the root user has access.  This is, I believe, the default for debian.  Any chance of getting this changed in DSL?  I guess I can add the non-root user to the fuse group -- at least that's how it works in debian.  Is there a big security issue here?
Posted by ^thehatsrule^ on Dec. 11 2006,05:59
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