What userid is invoking sshfs? If its in
/etc/fstab, and you're using
a setuid /bin/mount, it might be looking for authorized_keys under
the setuid id's homedir (root?).
In which case, you might also want to add "-o allow_other", and
double-check the other sshfs options.
Since I'm the only user of my sytsem, I use a little script, do it all
under my userid, and avoid /etc/fstab.
On Fri, 21 Sep 2007, Eric Stein wrote:
> I already do this for normal ssh and it doesn't work for sshfs - I get
> queried for my password anyway.
> Mike Leo wrote:
>> Create an ssh key on the local machine and put the public portion of
>> it into the remote servers /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys file then
>> you can ssh(fs) without a password
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