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Old 02-19-2018, 11:13 PM   #3761
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Originally Posted by Scootz View Post
Is that statement still true even if I connect with sshfs over WIFI?
Because that's how I am doing my SSH ahs SSHfs.


I suspect that the "USB networking mode" doesn't impact WIFI-based SSHFS. So, possibly my clarification may change your answer?

(I'd be very surprised if it wifi-based SSH were somehow affected by any configuration on the USB side of things. BUT, I suppose it "could" depending on how the networking software functions).
Surprise yourself then.
The only sshfs server is in the USBnet package. *
And the only way to start that, and to open a hole in the firewall is to start USB networking.
The reason is as I gave above.

The way our USBnetworking add-in is implemented, putting the USB cable into USBnetworking mode is hardcoded with the enabling of the servers and opening the firewall.

Read the scripting for yourself if you still doubt that -
see /mnt/us/usbnet/bin/* Where internally /mnt/us/* is same-same as "highest visible usb storage level" seen from outside.

And yes, I will be willing to match my six years experience with how we code our add-ins vs your, what?, six hours?

(*) If you are writing about your K3 (I presume you are, from the thread you are posting in), then there may be factory installed sshd/sshfsd in the 'diags' system.
But people are rarely interested in getting custom screensavers working in the 'diags' system so I am also assuming your writing about your K3 running the 'main' system.
If you are writing about your touch screen device(s) - then they never had factory sshd.

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