Create a local mount directory, in case of this example it's: 1.2.3.4-username-remote.

Name it in a distinctive way to indicate that it is a remote share mount. You will thank yourself later.

cd ~

mkdir 1.2.3.4-username-remote

Run this command to initiate the mount:

sshfs -C -p 22 username@1.2.3.4:/home/username ~/1.2.3.4-username-remote


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