Unmount sshfs on Mac OS X


umount /path/to/pointer

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  1. Younnes says:

    In 4.1 you also have edit Advanced Config:UserVars:TSM timeout (or sohinmetg similar in that location) to keep ssh running. Remote ssh will be enabled for the period of time set in seconds (I usually set it 300 to 600). This is designed to keep your host more secure by disabling ssh when not needed, and forcing you to enable it when needed. Once a session is established it will not timeout when sshd is disabled.This has got me a few times. Without setting the timeout, it starts then immediatly stops, not what you wanted.

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