|Chapter 6. Nautilus File Manager|
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6.11.a. To Access a Remote Server
You can use the file manager to access a remote server, be it an FTP site, a Windows share, a WebDav server or an SSH server.
To access a remote server, choose File->Connect to Server. You may also access this dialog from the menubar by choosing Places->Connect to Server.
In the Connect to Server dialog, you may click on the Browse network button to close this dialog and view services available on your network in a nautilus window.
To connect to a remote server, start by choosing the service type, then enter the server address.
If required by your server, you may provide the following optional information :
Port to connect to on the server. This should only be used if it is necessary to change the default port, you would normally leave this blank.
Folder to open upon connecting to server.
The user name of the account used to connect to the server. This should be supplied with the connexion information if needed. The user name information is not appropriate for a public FTP connexion.
Name to use for connection
The designation of the connexion as it will appear in the file manager.
Name of desired windows share. This is only applicable to Windows shares.
Windows domain. This is only applicable to Windows shares.
If the server information is provided in the form of a URI, or you require a specialized connection, choose Custom Location as the service type.
Once you have filled in the information, click on the Connect button. When the connection succeeds, the contents of the site are displayed and you may drag and drop files to and from the remote server. (Next: To Access Network Places)
Chapter 6. Nautilus File Manager
Table of Contents
6.2. Spatial Mode
6.2.a. Spatial Windows
6.2.b. Spatial Window Components
6.2.c. Displaying Your Home Folder in a Spatial Window
6.2.d. Displaying a Parent Folder
6.2.e. Closing Folders
6.2.f. Displaying a Folder in a Browser Window
6.2.g. Opening a Location
6.3. Browser Mode
6.3.a. The File Browser Window
6.3.b. Showing and Hiding File Browser Window Components
6.3.c. Using the Location Bar
6.3.d. Displaying Your Home Folder
6.3.e. Displaying a Folder
6.3.f. Displaying a Parent Folder
6.3.g. Using the Tree From the Side Pane
6.3.h. Using Your Navigation History
6.6. Managing Your Files and Folders
6.6.a. Using Views to Display Your Files and Folders
6.6.b. Selecting Files and Folders
6.6.c. Drag-and-Drop in the File Manager
6.6.d. Moving a File or Folder
6.6.e. Copying a File or Folder
6.6.f. Duplicating a File or Folder
6.6.g. Creating a Folder
6.6.h. Templates and Documents
6.6.i. Renaming a File or Folder
6.6.j. Moving a File or Folder to Trash
6.6.k. Deleting a File or Folder
6.6.l. Creating a Symbolic Link to a File or Folder
6.6.m. Viewing the Properties of a File or Folder
6.6.n. Changing Permissions
6.6.o. Adding Notes to Files and Folders
6.6.p. Using Bookmarks For Your Favorite Locations
6.6.q. Using Trash
6.6.r. Hidden Files
6.7. Item Properties
6.8. Modifying the Appearance of Files
6.8.a. Icons and Emblems
6.8.b. Changing the Icon for a File or Folder
6.8.c. Adding an Emblem to a File or Folder
6.8.d. Creating a New Emblem
6.8.e. Changing Backgrounds