Use SSHFS if you are using a Linux distribution that supports
FUSE, such as Ubuntu.
Your distribution may have different commands or different
names. This command should work on a typical Ubuntu-based
sudo apt-get install sshfs
Create a folder, such as ubfs, into which to mount your UBfs
files with the correct permissions:
sudo mkdir /ubfs
sudo chmod a+rwx /ubfs
Mount UBfs to your folder /ubfs to access your UBfs space:
where UBITName is your UBITName and
1st_UBIT_letter and 2nd_UBIT_letter are the first and
second letters of your UBITName.
You can view your files with Nautilus/Gnome, but if you want to
edit them you must save them locally and then upload them using
- Double click on the Computer icon on the desktop; choose
the File menu and then Connect to Server.
- Set the options in the dialog box using your UBITName and the
1st and 2nd characters of your UBITName:
- Service: Secure WebDAV
- Server: ubfs.buffalo.edu
- User Name: Your UBITName
- Click on Connect and enter your UBITName password when
prompted. A new window will open where you can browse your files.
If you edit a file, you must save it locally on your computer then
copy it back to UBfs.
- When done, right click on the ubfs.buffalo.edu icon and select