How to mount SSHFS on startup when key-based authentication isn't possible?
I have 2 drives in a NAS I'd like to mount through SSHFS, but because of some limitations of the NAS it's not possible to use key-based authentication, so I must use a password. Because of this, am I correct to think that using fstab is not a possibility?
What would be the correct way to mount these drives? I can't do it in my bash profile files, because it needs to be available earlier than that in system startup, because the backup application that I use, called CrashPlan, starts backing up as the root user when the system boots up (through I believe an init script), so it expects the backup locations to be accessible then.