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Old 09-01-2009, 02:20 AM   #1
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LXer: How to Use ‘remote:/’ KIO and KNetAttach


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In my post two weeks ago, I introduced you to KDE’s KIO slaves and gave you a brief overview of the services they offer. One of the KIO protocols is remote:/, which relies on KNetAttach to create virtual network folders. With it, you can create folders for the following services: 1. WebFolder (webdav) 2. FTP 3. Microsoft Windows network drive (using Samba) 4. Secure shell (ssh) Each one has its slightly unique features and requirements, and in this post, you will learn about each one.

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