Trying to use sshfs to mount in an nfs mounted home directory and we were getting this error: fusermount: failed to open mountpoint for reading: Permission denied It must have something to do with userid's, the solution was to make the mountpoint world readable and executable. The containing home directory is not world readable anyway... Hope that helps someone. PS - To umount the sshfs mounted filesystem, use fusermount -u


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