[Thunar-dev] SCP Sessions and NFS Mounts
noal.maximilien at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 09:24:19 CET 2012
On 01/31/2012 07:59 AM, Bryant Eadon wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 12:45 PM, Jannis Pohlmann <jannis at xfce.org
> <mailto:jannis at xfce.org>> wrote:
> On Sat, 28 Jan 2012 11:08:45 -0500, Bryant Eadon
> <bryant.eadon at gmail.com <mailto:bryant.eadon at gmail.com>>
> > All,
> > I've just switched over to using XFCE with Thunar, but I really
> miss the
> > Nautilus feature of connecting to FTP, SCP or NFS mounts from a GUI.
> > Are there any plans to support these kind of features in thunar via
> > something like right-click action ? Or "shortcut" to enable this
> > connectivity and mount remote devices ?
> In thunar >= 1.2.0 you can simply type things like "smb://MACHINE",
> "sftp://USER@HOSTNAME/PATH/TO/A/FOLDER" and so on into the
> location bar
> or dialog (press <Ctrl>l to get there).Depending on the distribution,
> you may have to install additional gvfs packages like gvfs-smb or
> for this to work.
> There is no support for remote bookmarks in thunar yet but we are
> on adding that. This feature may or may not make it into Xfce 4.10
> 1.4.x). Until then you could try your luck with another app called
> - Jannis
> Hmm, just gave this a try ..
> gigolo starts nautilus ,
That's weird. Have you Thunar selected as default file manager in Xfce
Settings Manager => Preferred Applications => Utilities ?
> which then takes over my background and mangles my desktop.
$ nautilus --no-desktop
> It works, but it's not quite as seamless as it could be. I know it's
> a bit of a tricky problem, but I think there are a number of people
> who would love to see it !
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