On Fri, Jan 31, 2020 at 8:32 AM Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I don't think it does - unless the way to connect with Samba uses
something else, like ssh? That Jack was talking about.

sshfs is a userspace file system mount.
You can mount anything you have access to from the IBM i to your
Win/Mac/Linux workstation.

sshfs myibmi:/my/dir/path /my/local/mount/point

Easy as pi

Superior in most ways to Samba or NFS.

I use it (for example) to mount my source dirs so I can edit IBM i source
code in the IFS on my local workstation using my local editor.


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