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Old 09-17-2010, 04:40 PM   #1
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Question Purge / Clear GUI SSH Gnome Connections?

I created some GUI connections via Gnome / Nautilus to my server which appear as folder icons under "Places" on my menu bar. For some reason they no longer work and I don't know how to remove them from my system.

Does anyone know how I can remove them from my Gnome?
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In Nautilus,

Bookmarks > Edit Bookmarks
Then delete the offending item.


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