Learn which steps you can take if you cannot connect to UBfs using SSHFS.
You must be using one of the following to use SSHFS to access UBfs:
Your distribution may have different commands or different names. This command should work on a typical Ubuntu-based distribution:
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:
sshfs firstname.lastname@example.org:/ubfs/myfiles/1st_UBIT_letter/2nd_UBIT_letter/UBITname/ /ubfs/
where ubitname is your UBITname and 1st_UBIT_letter and 2nd_UBIT_letter are the first and second letters of your UBITname.