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== Mounting phone filesystem on your host machine ==
 
== Mounting phone filesystem on your host machine ==
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In order to use a host name instead of the phone IP, you can add next line to /etc/hosts
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192.168.0.202  moko
  
 
Assuming you have added "moko" to /etc/hosts, and installed sshfs on the host:
 
Assuming you have added "moko" to /etc/hosts, and installed sshfs on the host:
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  sshfs root@moko: /mnt/moko
 
  sshfs root@moko: /mnt/moko
  
That will mount root's home directory (/home/root) or you can specify another, e.g. root@moko:/
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That will mount root's home directory (/home/root) or you can specify another.
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e.g. root@moko:/
  
 
It actually works with dropbear, which is the default sshd on the Openmoko images.
 
It actually works with dropbear, which is the default sshd on the Openmoko images.

Revision as of 19:58, 27 May 2009

Using sshfs under Openmoko

I assume that you have a working build environment

bitbake sshfs-fuse

Seems to build the required kernel module.
However it fails to download the a source file

NOTE: Task failed: Fetch failed: http://belnet.dl.sf.net/fuse/fuse-module-2.5.3.tar.gz
NOTE: package fuse-module-2.5.3-r1: task do_fetch: failed
ERROR: TaskFailed event exception, aborting
NOTE: package fuse-module-2.5.3: failed


You can also get kernel module for from kernel-module-fuse_2.6-moko9-r0_0_1754_0_fic-gta01.ipk

You can install sshfs directly from repositories, as an example if you are a Ubuntu user you can use "apt-get install sshfs".

Mounting phone filesystem on your host machine

In order to use a host name instead of the phone IP, you can add next line to /etc/hosts

192.168.0.202   moko

Assuming you have added "moko" to /etc/hosts, and installed sshfs on the host:

sshfs root@moko: /mnt/moko

That will mount root's home directory (/home/root) or you can specify another.

e.g. root@moko:/

It actually works with dropbear, which is the default sshd on the Openmoko images.

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Using sshfs under Openmoko

I assume that you have a working build environment

bitbake sshfs-fuse

Seems to build the required kernel module.
However it fails to download the a source file

NOTE: Task failed: Fetch failed: http://belnet.dl.sf.net/fuse/fuse-module-2.5.3.tar.gz
NOTE: package fuse-module-2.5.3-r1: task do_fetch: failed
ERROR: TaskFailed event exception, aborting
NOTE: package fuse-module-2.5.3: failed


You can also get kernel module for from kernel-module-fuse_2.6-moko9-r0_0_1754_0_fic-gta01.ipk

You can install sshfs directly from repositories, as an example if you are a Ubuntu user you can use "apt-get install sshfs".

Mounting phone filesystem on your host machine

Assuming you have added "moko" to /etc/hosts, and installed sshfs on the host:

sshfs root@moko: /mnt/moko

That will mount root's home directory (/home/root) or you can specify another, e.g. root@moko:/

It actually works with dropbear, which is the default sshd on the Openmoko images.