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I have SFTP and i would like to mount it as folder on my Ubuntu server.
The problem is i need to login whit Username/Password and .ppk key (public and private key).
Does anyone have any idea, how can this be done?
Copy your system's public key file (.pub file inside ~/.ssh) and save it on the ubuntu server in the directory ~/.ssh as authorized_keys.
Now when you will try to log in to server, it will not ask username and password.
Regardless of password/keys you already have the capability to connect to a remote server via sftp in the desktop places menu. If you want to mount a remote file system via sftp/ssh then you need to install sshfs.
It doesn't show where to add ssh key and i need to write password. Can i damage /etc/fstab file whit wrong command.
I was thinking to try whit:
sshfs#Username@backup.backme.si:/backup/ /home/administrator/mnt/Arctur-Git-Server/ fuse auto,_netdev,port=22,user,allow_other,noatime,follow_symlinks,IdentityFile=/home/administrator/ice/,reconnect 0 0