Mounting NAS to my laptop

I can not use the tmp folder (error messages), any other idea?

Oh c’mon, help us help you.

What error messages?

The plasma said:

The file system does not respond on /tmp/sshfs-nas

Is it mounted?

mount -t fuse.sshfs

Open dolphin and configure a SFTP connection with the network wizard. That is the common way for causal users on plasma.

Yeah, but I do not see anything in that folder. I mean it looks like empty

oracle911@ on /tmp/sshfs-nas type fuse.sshfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=1000,group_id=1000,default_permissions)

Well for me, it works. Whether on the terminal or in fstab. The problem might be /mnt/rdisk which indicates that a partition is mounted on the ubuntu server there. Is it mounted? Are the permissions set correctly?

oracle911@nas-video:/mnt/rdisk$ ls -l
total 112560
-rwxrwxrwx  1 oracle911 rodina    115173240 Mar 25  2021 Theta+Guardian+Node-2.2.4.AppImage
-rw-r--r--  1 oracle911 oracle911     61399 Jan 25 11:51 UMS.conf
drwxrwxrwx  2 root      root          16384 Jul 29  2020 lost+found
drwxrwx--- 10 oracle911 oracle911      4096 Feb 16 22:12 private
drwxrwxrwx  6 nobody    nogroup        4096 Aug 16  2020 rodina

Edit: Maybe I found it:

oracle911@nas-video:/mnt$ ls -l
total 4
drw-rw-rwx 6 root root 4096 Jan 25 11:51 rdisk

No, other has rwx, so no issue.

What i use in cases ssh is already working:


mc is able to connect via ssh
(and then shows the extern storage as if it was local)
If ssh already works, you do not need to configure anything wit mc. It will work out of the box.


if i have to copy lots of files i use rsync instead

because it is possible to resume a broken transfer where it was interrupted

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MC, what is that?

A very versatile file manager that works everywhere where you have a console or a terminal - not just in the GUI.

mc midnight commander - Google Suche

I could not want to live without it, use it constantly.

OH, that thanks
Edit: I don’t want install another application. So we are back few steps…
Edit2: On the (now defunct) old forum I asked the similar question and was answered…