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Old 01-30-2013, 01:34 PM   #1
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sshfs without fuse?


Hi. I was wondering if it was possible to have a mounted remote ssh filesystem (like sshfs) on a system that does not have FUSE installed (i.e., the admins won't include the module). I'm betting the answer is "no", but I thought it might be worth asking, because I know at least that individual applications can have their own personal virtual remote file systems (e.g., Emacs using tramp).
 
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well yes, from the perspective that gvfs also provides this, but if there's no fuse, I'd presume a modern gnome desktop is just as unlikely.
 
  


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