The article How to mount a remote ssh filesystem using sshfs very well describes what I have to do to have my disk mount on my Mac disk on my Ubuntu system.
After I got that working I only need to add the following two commands to “System > Properties > Sessions > Start programs”:
# Run synergy-client on ubuntu, so I can use only mouse # and keyboard of the Powerbook after startup. synergyc -n ubuntubox 192.168.0.100 # Mount my user's Powerbook directory to the directory # /media/macbox on the ubuntu maschine. sshfs macbox:/Users/cain /media/macbox
(”ubuntubox” is the name for the ubuntu maschine and “macbox” is the name for my Powerbook, and 192.168.0.100 is the fixed address of my Powerbook).
Now I can just turn on my Ubuntu maschine and it comes up, starts everything and is just ready to go, of course I also turned on the auto-login, since there is nothing intersting on there anyway and it’s just the most convinient … cool