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xfce:thunar:unix-filesystem [2018/09/06 09:14]
alexxcons [Remote File Systems]
xfce:thunar:unix-filesystem [2018/11/27 21:53] (current)
alexxcons [Gnome virtual file system]
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 Some thunar features, like **support for trash**, **removable media** and **remote file systems** only can be used if the [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​Projects/​gvfs|gvfs]] packages provided by your distribution are installed Some thunar features, like **support for trash**, **removable media** and **remote file systems** only can be used if the [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​Projects/​gvfs|gvfs]] packages provided by your distribution are installed
  
-E.g. For debian and derivates "​gvfs-backends"​ and "​gvfs-fuse"​ are required.+E.g. For debian and derivates ​the packages ​"​gvfs-backends"​ and "​gvfs-fuse"​ are required.
  
-==== Remote File Systems  ​====+Dependent on which gvfs-backends you want to use, further packages will need to be installed. 
 + 
 +Gvfs allows to mount new drives without the need to be root. You can e.g. use the GUI Tool [[https://​goodies.xfce.org/​projects/​applications/​gigolo|gigolo]] to do so. 
 + 
 +Best check the [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​Projects/​gvfs/​backends|gvfs-backends documentation]] for details. 
 + 
 +=== Remote File Systems ​ ===
  
 In addition to the local filesystem thunar is able to display content of remote filesystems via different remote protocols. In addition to the local filesystem thunar is able to display content of remote filesystems via different remote protocols.
  
-Here some example locations to enter into the location selector. Please check the  [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​Projects/​gvfs|gvfs documentation]] for a complete list. +Here some example locations to enter into the location selector. Please check the  [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​Projects/​gvfs|gvfs documentation]] for a complete list.
  
-**Via Secure file transfer program**+== Access via Secure file transfer program ​==
   sftp://​johndoe@myRemoteHost/​home/​johndoe   sftp://​johndoe@myRemoteHost/​home/​johndoe
  
-**Access to Windows file systems via Samba**+ 
 +== Access to Windows file systems via Samba ==
   smb://​myRemoteHost/​johndoe   smb://​myRemoteHost/​johndoe
  
-**Access to Apple file systems via Apple Filing Protocol**+== Access to Apple file systems via Apple Filing Protocol ​==
   afp://​myRemoteHost/​johndoe   afp://​myRemoteHost/​johndoe
  
 <note tip>If you want to permanently store passphrases of remote filesystem locations, you have to install the [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​action/​show/​Projects/​GnomeKeyring?​action=show&​redirect=GnomeKeyring|GNOME Keyring]] package provided by your linux distribution.</​note>​ <note tip>If you want to permanently store passphrases of remote filesystem locations, you have to install the [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​action/​show/​Projects/​GnomeKeyring?​action=show&​redirect=GnomeKeyring|GNOME Keyring]] package provided by your linux distribution.</​note>​