I just want to access file from Mac OS X (Big Sur / 11.2.1) on my Linux (Ubuntu 20.04.2 machine) and vice versa.
I did not like the idea using SMB - or should I really do it??
What I did
- OS X : Enabled System Preferences -> Sharing -> Remote Login
- OS X: I am able to type sshfs
(not sure why it knows the command I did some other experiments the other days (e.g. installed meld via brew)
- Linux enabled ssh (server)
What works good
- Access OS X Filesystem from Ubuntu via
- Access OS X Filesystem from Ubuntu via the
filesapplication by typing
What works not-so-good
Access the Linux / Ubuntu filesystem from Mac OS X :
sshfs firstname.lastname@example.org:/ localMountDir works as well BUT:
- strange user and group : user: root, group weel
- going deeper into the path (which is internally another SSD the permission changes from 755 to 750 (or rwxr-xr-x to rwxr-x---)
How to fix the issue ??
- I would guess it has to do with this trange user/group root/weel
- If so how to fix this ?? I looked a little bit about users and groups in OS X but on the GUI -> System Preferences -> Users and Groups -> I do not see any groups