Linux to Linux files

For years, I've used SMB to transfer files between shares, mostly because my main file server, even though it is linux, needs to let Windoze users have access to the files. Since it Samba was already setup.. well, you get the idea.


Today from a coffee shop I tried using Dolphin (KDE's default file browser) to look through files on my server at home with (use ctrl-L to get the "open location" come up) (server ssh port customized to 666, optional if you use 22)


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If you are in Ubuntu I think the ssh:// protocol works, but if you are using Fedora it seems fish:// is what you want to use.

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and VOILA! Files and folder came up just as if I was on the box after entering a valid user and pass.

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