> > sshfs nik@somehost:/just/the/path /where/i/want/it > > And that works, once I had done a "sudo chown -R gene:gene /sshnet" > ls -l's now work on /sshnet/shop. With my pw. Expected, I am limited to > what I own on shop, but thats a heck of a lot better than before. I'll > get all the details together in a script. I assume we still have an > expect util I can feed with my pw yet? I haven't looked lately, as in > 5+ years & several installs ago. To late in the night here, or too > early in the morning to spend a lot of time on it until I've found some > more sleep. Hi Gene! There's something better than expect: $ ssh-copy-id nik@remotehost and from there I can log into nik@remotehost without password. "ssh-copy-id" appends your local "~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub" to the remote users "~/.ssh/authorized_keys". Nik > > Thanks Nik. > > > > and unmount: > > > > fusermount -u /where/i/want/it > > I'll let reboots do that. :) > > > > Nik > > > Cheers, Gene Heskett -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.