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GS-MOUNT(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		   GS-MOUNT(1)

NAME
     gs-mount -- Secure	filesystem client through via Global Socket.

SYNOPSIS
     gs-mount [-lTR] [-s secret] [-k keyfile] [mountpoint]

DESCRIPTION
     The gs-mount utility is a wrapper script for gs-netcat. It	allows a user
     to	mount and access a filesystem from another user	via the	Global Socket
     Relay Network (GSRN). This	is useful in a scenario	where both users are
     behind NAT/Firewall and unable to connect to each other directly.

OPTIONS
     -s	secret
	     A password	chosen by the user. Both users need to use the same
	     password to connect.

     -k	FILE
	     A file containing the password.

     -l	     Server mode. The default mode is client.

     -R	     Places server (-l)	into a read-only mode. Attempts	to open	files
	     for writing, as well as other operations that change the state of
	     the filesystem, will be denied.

     -T	     Use TOR. The gs-mount tool	will connect via TOR to	the GSRN. This
	     requires TOR to be	installed and running. The IP and PORT of the
	     TOR server	can be set using environment variables.

     See gs-netcat(1) for more options.

EXAMPLES
     Example 1 - Alice sharing her current directory:
	   $ gs-mount -s MySecret -l

     Bob mounting Alice's directroy to ~/gs-alice:
	   $ gs-mount -s MySecret ~/gs-alice

ENVIRONMENT
     See gs-netcat(1) for a list of supported environment variables.

SEE ALSO
     gsocket(1), gs-netcat(1), gs-sftp(1), blitz(1), sshfs(1)

BUGS
     Efforts have been made to have gs-mount "do the right thing" in all its
     various modes. If you believe that	it is doing the	wrong thing under
     whatever circumstances, please notify me (skyper@thc.org) and tell	me how
     you think it should behave.

FreeBSD	13.0		       October 12, 2020			  FreeBSD 13.0

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