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SSH Filesystem

SSH Filesystem uses the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), which is supported by most SSH servers. It is based on Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE), and hence root privilege is not required for mounting a remote filesystem. No setup is necessary and it is very easy to use.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  20 Oct 2008 17:53

    Release Notes: This release supports usernames containing commas. This is needed, for example, to access Web space on SourceForge. Numerical IPv6 addresses are also supported.

    •  11 Jul 2008 17:14

      Release Notes: This release fixes a caching issue for append mode writes, and updates the statvfs extension to work correctly with the next OpenSSH version.

      •  23 Apr 2008 21:58

        Release Notes: This release supports password authentication with pam_mount, atomic renames with recent OpenSSH servers, and other small improvements.

        •  17 Dec 2007 17:32

          Release Notes: A serious bug that could result in sshfs hanging, crashing, or reporting out-of-memory was fixed.

          •  16 May 2007 13:50

            Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of rarely occurring crashes and some smaller bugs.


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