exo-open ssh://<computer>

killermoehre killermoehre at gmx.net
Tue Apr 4 20:18:05 CEST 2017

Am 4. April 2017 19:57:32 MESZ schrieb Jeff Sadowski <jeff.sadowski at gmail.com>:
>I would like to set exo-open to run a script of mine in the default
>terminal program.
>I have "gnome-open ssh://<computer>" acting as I like by using:
>xdg-mime default ssh.desktop x-scheme-handler/ssh
>and used a text editor to make ~/.local/share/applications/ssh.desktop
>But xdg-open uses exo-open for XFCE4 so I would like to know how to
>exo-open to recognize a new protocol like ssh://<computer>?
>Is this possible?
>The purpose is to use this in google-chrome. Google-chrome doesn't give
>option to send more arguments that I can see.
>I see people talking about adding options to the command line but as I
>that will not work as other programs will not send those to xdg-open.

Hi Jeff,

does it work if you just use »exo-open sftp://host/path/to/file«?

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