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== Merge with ssh? ==
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== Chrooting users ==
  
Would it be a good idea to merge this page with the ssh-page?
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In my short experiences, chrooting a sftp user (with <code>ForceCommand sftp-internal</code> and <code>ChrootDirectory /path/to/dir</code>) requires that the <code>Subsystem sftp &lt;...&gt;</code> declaration use <code>sftp-internal</code>.  If I'm wrong, please tell me, or else I will change the wiki to match (in a few days). -- [[User:Izzette|Izzette]] ([[User talk:Izzette|talk]]) 01:51, 9 June 2016 (UTC)
Or link to this page from the ssh page?
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Most info is duplicated/available on both pages.
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== Add workaround ==
[[User:Aaahaaap|Aaahaaap]] 07:32, 14 December 2009 (EST)
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Maybe it will be useful to explain the option <code>-o workaround=rename</code> in order to overwrite file in the mounted system using kate, gedit, etc. Also when mounted using <code>fstab</code>
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== Outdated/invalid option - default_permissions ?==
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mount option "default_permissions" is not in man page. Outdated wiki or wrong man page ? Or is "default_permissions" something general and not fuse releated? Thanks for clarification.
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[[User:Ua4000|Ua4000]] ([[User talk:Ua4000|talk]])

Latest revision as of 19:36, 20 October 2017

Chrooting users

In my short experiences, chrooting a sftp user (with ForceCommand sftp-internal and ChrootDirectory /path/to/dir) requires that the Subsystem sftp <...> declaration use sftp-internal. If I'm wrong, please tell me, or else I will change the wiki to match (in a few days). -- Izzette (talk) 01:51, 9 June 2016 (UTC)

Add workaround

Maybe it will be useful to explain the option -o workaround=rename in order to overwrite file in the mounted system using kate, gedit, etc. Also when mounted using fstab

Outdated/invalid option - default_permissions ?

mount option "default_permissions" is not in man page. Outdated wiki or wrong man page ? Or is "default_permissions" something general and not fuse releated? Thanks for clarification. Ua4000 (talk)