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To connect to your fedorapeople.org account space using GNOME and the Nautilus file manager, follow these steps:
 
To connect to your fedorapeople.org account space using GNOME and the Nautilus file manager, follow these steps:
  
# From the left sidebar, choose ''Connect to Server''.
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# From the left sidebar, choose {{clickable|Connect to Server}}.
 
# Fill out the server address as shown.  Substitute your Fedora Account System (FAS) username for <FAS> in the server address in both places.
 
# Fill out the server address as shown.  Substitute your Fedora Account System (FAS) username for <FAS> in the server address in both places.
 
<pre>sftp://<FAS>@fedorapeople.org/home/fedora/<FAS></pre>  <br/> [[File:Nautilus-Fedorapeople-Dialog.png]] <br/>  
 
<pre>sftp://<FAS>@fedorapeople.org/home/fedora/<FAS></pre>  <br/> [[File:Nautilus-Fedorapeople-Dialog.png]] <br/>  

Revision as of 20:38, 18 March 2019

To connect to your fedorapeople.org account space using GNOME and the Nautilus file manager, follow these steps:

  1. From the left sidebar, choose Connect to Server.
  2. Fill out the server address as shown. Substitute your Fedora Account System (FAS) username for <FAS> in the server address in both places.
sftp://<FAS>@fedorapeople.org/home/fedora/<FAS>


Nautilus-Fedorapeople-Dialog.png

  1. If desired, right-click the folder with your FAS username on the left sidebar and choose Add Bookmark from the popup menu for later use.
  2. Drag and drop as desired.

To disconnect, click the eject icon next to the the folder with your FAS username on the left sidebar, or right-click on the folder and choose Unmount from the popup menu.