Working with Google docs, as if we were working in local

In today's article we see a little hack for access to our Google docs as if we were working in local. In practice “'ll mount” the cloud of our documents made available by Google to a local folder. We can browse between the files as locally, rename, move, copy, As if they were on our pc.

The software that will handle the sharing is called “google-docs-fs“, a small script in Python with API Fuse, available for Linux and Mac. (more…)

Mount a remote device in tunneling “sshfs”

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 several similarities to 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 sufficient to look inside the graphical tool in use to the distribution. (more…)