Here's what I have in my shell script file that I run in the morning:
basedir="/Users/aaronbartell/" sshfsname="remote_home_git_app1" remotedir="/home/aaron/git/app1" mkdir $basedir$sshfsname umount -f $basedir$sshfsname sshfs -o volname=$sshfsname -o allow_other,defer_permissions,IdentityFile=~/.ssh/id_rsa aaron@[ibmi_ip_address]:$remotedir $basedir$sshfsname
[ibmi_ip_address] with your IBM i IP address, and then obviously replace the other values to match your paths.
@aaronbartell Finally got around to installing Windows 10 Git Bash and have been searching for instructions on how to connect to IBM i and so far have not found any. Do you have any recommendations?
@jbh Open the git-bash terminal and type: