How to: Mount a SFTP Folder (SSH + FTP) on Ubuntu Linux using SSHFS & Fuse

Purpose: to mount a remote directory on my local Ubuntu Linux Desktop system using SFTP (which is SSH in an FTP-like fashion).

The goal is to easily gain access to a remote system’s files through another folder on my desktop. Debina/Ubuntu allows you to easily mount SSH folders via the GUI, however, these mounts won’t show up in the terminal (and in some programs).

sshfs to accomplish this.

 Ubuntu’s SSHFS documentation here.

Sshfs and mount


  1. add your username to the fuse group.
    1. On Ubuntu, you would open a terminal window and perform the following:


  • SFTP server. I created a folder on my desktop called sftp.
  • Once the folder has been created, simply run sshfs using the appropriate login information (host username and IP), the host and local directories, and the SFTP connection is mounted on a folder on my desktop.

Ref: creating a bash alias


possible errors and workarounds


Create a bash alias to save time and typing



waiting for network configuration error

I have found the cause of this is having any interfaces defined in /etc/network/interfaces ( besides lo ) defined as auto. To correct this problem, the recommended solution is to remove your interfaces from this file, and set them up with network manager. Leaving /etc/network/interfaces looking like the default:

Around 25 lines down in the file you will see a section:

10 ways to change keyboard layout in linux

Please write these commands.


Please  Download  this Document  for  more info

Keyboard – Debian Wiki_Public Document  —— > Click and Download


Install kamailio proxy server on ubuntu

# firstly we need to install packages,

#  2 #  We should configure kamalio first time,  MYSQL db and  Configuration of  Kmctl

# 3 # Please  edit  also MYSQL connection configuration inside of

# !##


Please look at  /var/log/syslog


how to get hardware information on terminal

Hardware information can be quite difficult to obtain for certain components of the system. Nonetheless, having the knowledge about what hardware your computer has can be essential in avoiding system crashes by verifying minimum system requirements for games, heavy applications and the like. dmidecode is a tool that provides a description of the system’s hardware, along with other handy information such as firmware details and serial numbers. It is often the case that such information is required for obtaining or updating associated hardware and software for a computers peripheral device.

To extract details system information, open a Terminal from Applications Accessories and enter the following command:

This will display detailed system information within the terminal. Simply copy and paste the information to a word processor or text editor (optionally) to get an elaborate overview of your system.


The available information includes the following:

BIOS information, Vendor, release date, runtime size, ROM size, ISA, PNP, PCI, AMP, ESCD, CD boot, EDD, serial service, printer service, ACPI, AGP, USB (legacy), support information, serial numbers and much more.

The information obtained from dmidecode is so detailed that it might take you up to 20-25 seconds just to scroll down the terminal window, before you reach the end of the available content.