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Nautilus FTP connection .

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Hello ,

When I make a FTP connection through Nautilus the connection is still active throughout the day even if I close the window.

How to disconnect ?
Feb 15 '07 #1
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Motoma
3,237 Expert 2GB
Hello ,

When I make a FTP connection through Nautilus the connection is still active throughout the day even if I close the window.

How to disconnect ?
What are you using to monitor the connection? How do you know it has not been terminated?
What version of Gnome are you using? What Linux Distro?
Feb 16 '07 #2
pankajit09
296 100+
What are you using to monitor the connection? How do you know it has not been terminated?
What version of Gnome are you using? What Linux Distro?
Linux Distro --> Debian Sarge

How to find the version of Gnome ?

Nautilus opens in a Window.

I used Nautilus to mount the Server using FTP. There are various protocols like SSH etc which you can use. I use FTP.
When I click on the mount icon the Server Window opens.

When I again click on the icon after some hours it doesn't ask for password as in case of SSH.
Feb 16 '07 #3
Motoma
3,237 Expert 2GB
Linux Distro --> Debian Sarge

How to find the version of Gnome ?

Nautilus opens in a Window.

I used Nautilus to mount the Server using FTP. There are various protocols like SSH etc which you can use. I use FTP.
When I click on the mount icon the Server Window opens.

When I again click on the icon after some hours it doesn't ask for password as in case of SSH.
What I believe is going on here, is not keeping the connection open; actually, I think that Gnome is just saving your password for your session.
Feb 16 '07 #4
pankajit09
296 100+
What I believe is going on here, is not keeping the connection open; actually, I think that Gnome is just saving your password for your session.
Thats your opinion .

Are you sure about that ?
Feb 17 '07 #5
Motoma
3,237 Expert 2GB
Thats your opinion .

Are you sure about that ?
Almost certain.
Feb 17 '07 #6
That is incorrect.

To remove the FTP Server from nautilus, right click it in the left panel, and select "unmount".
Jan 16 '08 #7
pankajit09
296 100+
That is incorrect.

To remove the FTP Server from nautilus, right click it in the left panel, and select "unmount".

No I don't want to unmount the FTP Server.
Jan 25 '08 #8

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