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I have my Music and Video directories in my B3 Server. To access them locally I mount them using sshfs.
In order to not think about it, I created a script that runs at boot time to take care of that for me.
First of all you need to install sshfs:
sudo apt-get install sshfs
Get the code⌗
Get the code from my sshfsmount github repository:
cd ~/Downloads wget -O sshfsmount.zip https://github.com/paapereira/sshfsmount/archive/master.zip unzip sshfsmount.zip chmod +x sshfsmount-master/sshfsmount.sh
Configure the mountpoints⌗
Change the mountpoints configuration file to add your directories:
To mount all the directories in you configuration file:
To re-mount all the directories in you configuration file:
Running at startup⌗
Go to the Startup Applications and add a new Startup Program: