Konqueror for mac
draciron at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 03:41:32 BST 2020
Filezilla on a Mac is crippled unless you use the pro version which costs
money. Pathfinder is also a paid app nowadays. I used it long ago when it
was still free. Not so bad. Though I plan to give Krusader a try.
Thanks on the unison tip. I'm going to try it out. I do most of my
recording and class work on the Mac and plan to mirror that on a couple
Linux boxes for back up and since I do most of my editing and final work on
recording on Linux. It'll be handy to have the mixdowns pushed over to a
Linux box automatically.
KDE4 was a good distribution. I ran it on this machine for years and it ran
great. Tried KDE 5 when my distro ceased being supported. With 4 gigs of
RAM the machine became unusable. Gnome just as bad. Switched to Tinity and
it's working well. So KDE 4 apps are just fine with me. In fact I've
switched all my machines to Trinity except 1. I only use it as a jukebox
and file storage. Even that is pushing it. Before I shut down Akondi I
could boot and that was it. The KDE 4 version of Krusader I really liked.
KDE 5 version isn't noticeably different.
I think the person who started this thread is using KDE 5. They didn't
state what version.
On Thu, Jun 11, 2020 at 4:16 AM René J.V. Bertin <rjvbertin at gmail.com>
> On Thursday June 11 2020 03:05:46 Draciron Smith wrote:
> >For SSH I've found it's easier to SSH to the Mac than from it. There are
> Yes, once you activate SSH on Mac you can use the "fish:" protocol to
> browse the Mac's filesystem. I use Dolphin for that, not Konqueror. Dolphin
> can actually be made to work reasonably well on Mac, and as a more
> specialised application someone might actually at some point make a proper
> app bundle of it.
> >pretty iffy at best. Filezilla the free version works if you want to dump
> >everything in /public as that seems to be the only dir it'll allow you to
> It's been ages since I used a "native" application on Mac for this sort of
> thing and I'm not on my Mac right now, but I see that the one I used
> instead of FileZilla is still being developed and probably does what you
> want: https://cyberduck.io/
> If all you want is keeping folders synchronised you can also look at the
> unison synchronisation utility: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/
> (it's also in MacPorts). This is old but works incredibly well and fast.
> >There are a few alternate file browser apps to Finder but I've not been
> PathFinder is the usual replacement app that most people go to, IIRC.
> >go with pro version now to get sFTP, used to be in free version. Turns out
> >Krusader has a Mac version. I am about to try it out. If it does it has a
> If you mean the one in MacPorts: it's the KDE4 version. Not that there's
> anything wrong with that... Heck, maybe even the KDE4 Dolphin and/or
> Konqueror versions will do what you want...
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