Mount Remote FTP Server Folder as Local Directory on Linux / Ubuntu / Debian / Raspberry / Raspbian

2019-11-16
by Gábor Hargitai
1 min read

Have a remote FTP server directory mounted locally is pretty convenient for cross-server copying.

It could also come in handy if you would like to copy content from your NAS to say, and RGH/JTAG Xbox360 using the built-in FTP server of Phoenix or FSD FreeStyle Dashboard.

1. Install curlftpfs
apt-get install curlftpfs
2. Create a local directory
mkdir /media/ftp
3. Mount the FTP server using a hostname or IP address
curlftpfs ftpuser:ftppass@ftphostname /media/ftp/

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