the.angel.gabriel at rogers.com
Thu Mar 13 21:53:51 GMT 2003
what do you mean by "add an ftp archive"? i'm not sure. to log into an ftp
server w/ konqueror though just type this into the location bar:
or if you wanna get tricky:
the same can be used for ssh (with fish)
have a lot of fun ;-)
dream big and dare to fail.
- norman d. vaughan
On March 13, 2003 03:58 pm, Richard Sumilang wrote:
> Great, but not to sound like a pest or anything, how do I add a FTP
> Archive to the list?
> On Thursday, March 13, 2003, at 12:16 PM, gabriel wrote:
> > On March 13, 2003 02:12 pm, Richard Sumilang wrote:
> >> I new to this whole KDE thing and just installed a fresh copy of Red
> >> Hat Linux 7.3 with KDE 3. Is there a good FTP program that it comes
> >> with? I browser the KMenu and didn't find a FTP client at first
> >> glance?
> >> Any recommendations on any?
> > that's what's so cool about kde. "konqueror" the web browser is an
> > everything
> > machine:
> > web browser
> > file brower/manager
> > ftp client
> > ssh file browser (kde 3.1+ or with the "fish" plugin)
> > so if you want, you can take your home directory, split the window
> > left &
> > right, and drag your files from your home directory to the ftp server
> > and
> > back.
> > also note that this integration isn't restricted to konqueor. "kate"
> > a text
> > editor will also allow you to edit files directly over ftp or ssh
> > (with fish
> > or kde 3.1+). there may be others, but i don't know how many or what
> > their
> > names are.
> > --
> > fools in a country delay the independence of its people
> > - jomo Kenyatta
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