On your own server you can easily mount an FTP storage space.
To be able to mount the cloud memory without problems it is necessary to install the curlftpfs package first:
Debian / Ubuntu:
apt-get install curlftpfs
CentOS, Fedora, openSUSE:
yum install curlftpfs
Then you have to create a local directory where you want to mount the FTP memory.
To store the FTP access data safely, create the file /root/.netrc.
Now fill the file with the following content (use either vi, nano over SSH or an editor over SFTP):
machine srXX.firestorm.ch (hostname or IP) login web00 (FTP username) password 12345 (FTP password) [//code] Now we give the created file only the most necessary rights so that this file can not be read by any undermined users: chmod 600 /root/.netrc
Next, add the following line to the end of /etc/fstab (use the hostname and directory you set in the previous step):
curlftpfs#srXX.firestorm.ch /mnt/ftpshare fuse allow_other,uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=0022 0 0
The last step is to run the following command to activate the changes: