Several articles ago I explained how to mount a remote machine via FTP, so that the PC on which we operate is seen as a directory locale. The program used to establish the connection between the two machines is unpronounceable: "curlftpfs". Today we will do the same thing, but the protocol used will be the 'SSH. We will find a number of similarities with the article previously developed, one in all the impronunciabilità the software used: "sshfs". How much of the useful software, "sshfs" is directly installed via repository. It will be enough to look inside the graphical tool in use at the distribution. (more…)
Recently I was asked how he could do to organize a stream webcam that may control the Weather Conditions of a given area. The images of the stream must then be placed on a dedicated page of a site. Unfortunately, (or fortunately) I had to run into a big problem that at first seemed insurmountable: la webcam is locally attached, the server that hosts the site è remote. This small detail was going to make me give up, when I remembered the existence of "Curlftpfs" (where there we have already discussed) to mount the remote FTP seen by the system as if it were a local. A real godsend. (more…)
Today is a little advice to use the 'FTP in a very simple way. Curlftps usually is not automatically installed in major distributions, although this can be easily found in repository. As always, the installation instructions are the usual: "
yum -y install curlftpfs" to Red Hat, and "
apt-get install curlftpfs" to Debian. Furthermore curlftpfs is a program command line, to my knowledge has not been created yet gui, despite this, the operation is simple and I will not go into explanations: (more…)