SSHFS mount remote drive in finder

This post will show you how to mount a remote ssh filesystem as a ‘drive’ in osx using a bash script, osxfuse and brew. There are a few ways to go about this, all of them require a bit of setup and tweaking, But I found this to be the easiest way – once its setup you don’t need to do anything, and you have a command to re-mount the drive if need be.

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  1. Kyle

    I’ve got everything working, but when I try to move a file onto the network drive from my mac, I get “The Finder can’t complete the operation because some data in [filename] can’t be read or written. (Error code -36).” However, it still copies the file and it appears to be fully readable (not corrupt). I can also move files and folders around in my network drive without issue. The network drive is formatted as exfat, FWIW.

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