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Old 04-05-2017, 01:32 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what protocole is being used?


When you connect to another machine using the Ubuntu GNOME file explorar, what's the protocole that is being used?
 
Old 04-05-2017, 02:32 PM   #2
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When you connect to another machine using the Ubuntu GNOME file explorar, what's the protocole that is being used?
Hi lishensi - Welcome to LQ.

Could you provide some context in order to help us better assist you ? What are you looking to accomplish and what is your current setup (computers, hardware, software, network ...).

FWIW, it's probably nfs or samba, but it depends ...

Cheers.
 
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gvfs and friends.
 
Old 04-05-2017, 02:50 PM   #4
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Hello!
Thanks for the fast answer.

Right now I am working with a Virtual Machine. I studied about Ubuntu and CentOS last year and now I was just trying to widen my knowledge, and, in time, abandon Windows.

Last week I had a look into FTP, SFTP and SMTP, and I was just wondering what protocole is used to remote connect to another ubuntu machine.

The option I am using is the "Connect to server".
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Old 04-05-2017, 04:04 PM   #5
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Welcome OriginalPoster! Great to see you studying! Here's some web-search ideas: #1:
connect to another machine using the Ubuntu GNOME file explorer, what's the protocol that is being used?
BUT #4: what protocol is used to remote connect to another ubuntu machine using "Connect to server"

http://stugon.com/mount-remote-folders-ubuntu
http://techsviewer.com/remote-deskto...screen-sharing
http://unix.stackexchange.com/questi...s-special-uris
http://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubu...ne/011528.html
Maybe "File Manager" File->"Connect to server" will 'allow' you a choice of 'these':
ftp/ssh/smb/webdav/? (vnc/rdp? LQguru: are these ALL the URL xxx://<host> possibilities?)

I don't use 'GUI' (only CLI, via telnet/ssh), so I'm not sure, sorry. (which leads to: my?)
p.s. MY ?: ios app to display gui of linux mint X11 running from .iso, on an ipad

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