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Spell out your words...that text-speak garbage isn't nice for anyone. And I'm saying what's very obvious...that you have four different user ID's on this site, and tend to ask the same questions under all of them.
Originally Posted by jayakumar01
I read out the complte manual page of sshfs .it deliver -o for reading out the password .When i try to exe it delivers error
Did you read the link to your other thread, where you were given info on how to do this? Suggestions about passwordless-SSH keyswaps, and direction to a site where the question was answered IN DETAIL??
Again, the -o reads the password from STDIN, so you have to write your script to put the password in, if you ignore the links given to you with already-functioning scripts and suggestions. And without actually telling us WHAT error(s) you get, how do you think anyone will be able to help you???
AGAIN, if you do an SSH keyswap, you will be able to script this without a password. If you bother to read the link provided to you at least twice now, you would see how to even put this into fstab, to have it auto-mount.
Yes...the same thing that was in the thread posted to you initially. Page six of that thread dealt with passwordless logins/keyswaps. Page seven had that exact command, with an example of it being used in a shell-script.
You ignore the parts about SSH keyswaps, and the other replies you got in this thread and the one under your other ID, then post the solution you were given to start with? Mark the thread SOLVED if it's fixed.