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sshfs on Tomato?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by lockheed, Mar 2, 2014.

  1. lockheed

    lockheed Reformed Router Member

    Has anybody tried / has experience in getting Tomato working as an SSHFS client? That means, mounting a remote filesystem on TomatoUSB via SSHFS (http://fuse.sourceforge.net/sshfs.html) using the fuse subsystem.

    Would be great to get some feedback if this is possible or if anybody has done something like that.
     
  2. koitsu

    koitsu Network Guru Member

    sshfs is available via Entware (package name: sshfs).

    Code:
    root@gw:/tmp/home/root# opkg list | grep -i sshfs
    sshfs - 2.2-2 - Mount remote system over sftp.
    
     
  3. lockheed

    lockheed Reformed Router Member

    Is there some light version of Entware?
    On my WRT54G v2 I have only 64.00 KB - 700KB free (depending on how severly stripped Tomato I run).
     
  4. koitsu

    koitsu Network Guru Member

    There is no "light version" of Entware; the term in itself makes no sense. Entware, just like Optware, requires you use a CIFS share or a USB flash drive (latter is not available for you due to use of a WRT54Gv2).

    sshfs and fuse require a large number of kernel modules and other stuff, too big to fit on a flash-limited router.

    So your options are to use a CIFS share (using a Windows machine somewhere on your network that is always powered on), or to purchase a router that has a USB port that is known to work with TomatoUSB.
     
  5. lockheed

    lockheed Reformed Router Member

    Ok, thanks for clarification.
    The part of the purpose of sshfs was to not having to have a 24/7 CIFS machine, or to change the router.
    So I guess I can put it out of my mind for now ;)
     
  6. Kim K

    Kim K Serious Server Member

    Never done this, (don't have a WRT54G) but people have added a SD card reader to them see http://www.yourwarrantyisvoid.com/2009/09/09/add-an-sd-card-slot-to-a-wrt54g-v2/ for example.

    I believe Tomato supports this, but others would have to verify this.
     

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