Mounting your SEAS home directory on a Mac OSX machine
From within the SEAS Network
Note: this will only work from a wired connection within the SEAS building complex.
- In Finder, select "Connect to Server..." from the Go pull-down menu.
- In the Server Address field, type:
- Click the Connect button.
- The "SMB/CIFS File System Authentication" dialog box will appear.
- Clear all text from the "Workgroup or Domain" field.
- Enter your SEAS username and password.
- An icon will appear for your SEAS home directory.
From outside the SEAS Network
The SSHFS project allows mounting of remote directories over SSH. It can be used on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
- Install sshfs by downloading from the project website.
- Create a directory where you can mount your SEAS home directory:
- Use this command to mount your directory:
Make sure to change bfranklin to your PennKey, and the "b" in the /home1/b to the first letter of your PennKey.
sshfs firstname.lastname@example.org:/home1/b/bfranklin ~/seas-home
Remote Samba mount
From the command line:
ssh -L139:smb:139 eniac.seas.upenn.edu -l <username>
/sbin/mount_smbfs -U <username> -f 600 -d 700 //127.0.0.1/<username> ~/seas-home
to mount your SEAS home directory on /mnt/seas where <username> is your SEAS username.
If you have any questions, please send an email to cets@seas.