I am using macos 10.14.5 My apologies if I use the wrong terminology, I'm not at all familiar with this stuff.
My home directory on a remote server is /home/xxx/me. On my mac I would like to create a subdirectory of /home called /home/xxx/me and mount a remote volume via sshfs into this directory. I want to do this so that file paths will match up; this will make some things easier for me. I edited /etc/auto_master and commented out the line
/home auto_home -nobrowse,hidefromfinder
This allowed me to create the directory /home/xxx/me on my mac
I changed the directory permissions on xxx and me to make the directories writable. I then attempt
sshfs me@servername:/home/xxx/me /home/xxx/me -oauto_cache,reconnect,defer_permissions,negative_vncache,volname=raijin_home,noappledouble
and I get the error
mount_osxfuse: failed to mount /home/xxx/me@/dev/osxfuse0: Operation not permitted.
sshfs me@servername:/home/xxx/me some_other_local_directory -oauto_cache,reconnect,defer_permissions,negative_vncache,volname=raijin_home,noappledouble
Can anone help?