Having a local mount point to access remote host file-system would be really helpful while carrying out both read and write data transfer operations. SSH is the most common transfer protocol available in a network and hence we can make use of it with
sshfs enables you to mount a remote filesystem to a local mount point. Let's see how to do it.
sshfs doesn't come by default with GNU/Linux distributions. Install
sshfs by using a package manager.
sshfs is an extension to the fuse file system package that allows supported OSes to mount a wide variety of data as if it were a local file system.
In order to mount a filesytem location at a remote host to a local mount point, ...