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Re: [K12OSN] trouble with custom launcher and sshfs



Thanks, I'll give that a try once my network
connection stops acting up.

I really like sshfs.  I wish Gnome would make a nice
GUI for it instead of using their "Connect to SSH
server" GUI, which doesn't integrate with all
applications (such as Firefox).

-Rob

--- Angus Carr <acarr saskforestcentre ca> wrote:

> I'll confirm the behaviour, but I think it's a
> matter of the processes 
> being closed by the shell they are in. If I look at
> ps -ax after I 
> launch the launcher, but before hitting enter, I can
> see that the 
> process is on terminal pts/4 (or whatever). When the
> bash script closes, 
> it closes pts/4, which kills all associated
> processes.
> 
> Try the following adaptation to your script. It will
> ignore the signals 
> to shutdown. I'm sure there are other ways...
> 
> Thanks for pointing out that I had it installed.
> I've been looking for 
> ways to do this, and this is a wonderful tool.
> 
> Angus Carr.
> 
> #!/bin/bash
> nohup sshfs user server:/home/user
> /home/user/mount_point
> echo "Press <ENTER> to continue"
> read
> 
> 
> 
> Rob Owens wrote:
> > I made a custom launcher that runs a script which
> > mounts a folder using sshfs.  The launcher is set
> to
> > "Run in terminal" and the script it runs is:
> >
> > #!/bin/bash
> > sshfs user server:/home/user
> /home/user/mount_point
> > echo "Press <ENTER> to continue"
> > read
> >
> > When I click the launcher, it opens a terminal and
> > mounts the remote user's home directory.  But when
> I
> > hit enter, causing the terminal window to
> disappear,
> > the remote directory is unmounted.  (Boy, did it
> take
> > me a long time to figure out that's what was
> > happening...)
> >
> > So how do I get the remote directory to stay
> mounted
> > without keeping the launcher's terminal window
> open
> > for the entire session?
> >
> > Thanks for the help.
> >
> > -Rob
> >
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