Why is SSHFS always asking for password in fstab?

SSHFS is a file system for mounting directories over SSH (Secure Shell—a network protocol), and fstab is a configuration file that contains information of all partitions and storage device in a computer. SSHFS is Linux based software that can be installed on Ubuntu and Debian through apt-get.  The file, fstab is located under /etc, and /etc/fstab is the full path to this file. /etc/fstab contains information about where your partitions and storage devices should be mounted and how. Computer users often ask the following questions: Why is SSHFS always asking…