SCP in XFTree?
rholt at telcel.net.ve
Mon Sep 2 16:01:47 CEST 2002
On Mon, 2 Sep 2002 11:01:36 +0200, wolfgang <GeneralP.Fault at gmx.net> wrote:
> the possibility to "browse" remote computers via ssh/scp exists as an addon to
> KDE, using the fish:// protocol (no kidding), see
> works fine for me in konqueror.
Also works even better, for me, in Krusader. Faster, lighter, intuitive.
> also, the program lftp let's you open fish://user@host URLs and use the usual
> ftp-like commands with them - so it might be possible to add that feature to
> In an older episode (Monday 02 September 2002 10:25), Alexandre Aractingi
> > Hi all,
> > I discovered a great soft for Windows lately, and I was wondering if
> > someone thought about implementing a thing like that in XFTree:
> > It is called WinSCP2, and enables browsing the filesystem of a remote
> > machine that runs an SSH server. For viewing and browsing, it sends 'ls'
> > and 'cd' commands over an SSH connection, and for downloading /
> > uploading files, it sends SCP commands over the same SSH channel.
> > The great thing is it really has the look and fell of a regular windows
> > browser, so I thought it may be a nice add-on to XFTree (just like
> > XFSamba, which is really great!).
> > I send you all my best regards, and congrats for XFCE!
> > Alex
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