Gnome Nautilus-File-Manager

Chapter 7. Nautilus File Manager

Navigating Your Computer

The Nautilus file manager provides an integrated access point to your files, applications, FTP sites, and URIs.

This section describes the following:

  • How to access FTP sites.
  • How to access special URI locations.

To Access an FTP Site

You can use the file manager to access FTP sites. To access an FTP site, choose File Connect to Server . Enter the URL in the Connect to Server dialog, then click on the Connect button. The contents of the site are displayed.

To copy a file from the FTP site, drag the file to the new location.

To access an FTP site that requires a username and password, you can enter the URL in the following form:

ftp:// username : password @ hostname . domain

To reload the FTP site, choose View Reload . To stop loading the FTP site, choose View Stop .

To Access Network Places

If your system is configured to access places on a network, you can use the file manager to access the network places.

To access network places, open the file manager and choose Places Computer . Alternatively, double-click on the Computer object on the Desktop. Double-click on the Network object. A file manager window is displayed. The window displays the network places that you can access. Double-click on the network that you want to access.

To access UNIX shares, double-click on the Unix Network (NFS) object. A list of the UNIX shares available to you is displayed in the file manager window.

To access Windows shares, double-click on the Windows Network (SMB) object. A list of the Windows shares available to you is displayed in the file manager window.

To Add a Network Place

To add a network place, perform the following steps:

  1. Open the file manager and choose Places Computer . Alternatively, double-click on the Computer object on the Desktop. A file object window is displayed.
  2. Double-click on the Add Network Place object. The Add Network Place dialog is displayed. Enter the details of the server in the dialog, as follows:

    Dialog Element Description Location Use this text box to specify the location that you want to add. Alternatively, select one of the following locations from the drop-down list:

    • FTP Server
    • Web Folder
    • Windows Network (SMB)
    • Unix Network (NFS)
    Shortcut name Use this text box to specify a shortcut name for the network place.
    Anonymous login FTP Server option only. Select this option to log in to the FTP server as an anonymous user.
    No login required Web Folder, Windows Network (SMB), and Unix Network (NFS) options only. Select this option if you do not need to log in to the web folder, Windows share, or UNIX share.
    Username Use this text box to specify a username when you connect to the specified network place.When you connect to the network place, you must enter your password.
    Go there now Select this option if you want to access the network place immediately.
  3. Click OK to add your network place.

To Access Network Servers

If your GNOME desktop environment is configured to access servers on a network, you can use the Applications menu to access the network servers.

To access network servers, choose Applications Network Servers . A file object window is displayed. The window displays the network servers that you can access. Double-click on the network server that you want to access.

To Add a Network Server

To add a network server, choose Applications Network Servers . A file object window is displayed. Double-click on the New Server object. A New Server dialog is displayed. Enter the name of the server in the dialog, then click OK .

Accessing Special URI Locations

The GNOME Desktop contains special URI locations that enable you to access particular functions from the file manager. For example, to access the preference tools, you can access the preferences:/// URI in a file manager window. Table 7.7, “Special URI Locations” lists the special URI locations that you can use with the file manager.

Table 7.7. Special URI Locations

URI Location Description applications:/// Displays a list of the applications in the GNOME Desktop. The applications are the same as the applications in the Applications menu. To open an application, double-click on the application.
fonts:/// Displays all the fonts that are available in your system. To preview a font, double-click on the font. You can also use this location to add fonts to the GNOME Desktop.
network:/// Displays network locations to which you can connect, if your system is configured to access locations on a network. To access a network location, double-click on the network location. You can also use this URI to add network locations to your system.
preferences:/// Displays a list of the preference tools in the GNOME Desktop. The preference tools are the same as the preference tools in the Desktop Preferences menu. To open a preference tool, double-click on the preference tool.
server-settings:/// Displays a list of applications that you can use to configure your system as a server.
start-here:/// Displays a list of applications and preference tools in the GNOME Desktop. Also displays applications that you can use to configure your system as a server, and to modify your system configuration details.
system-settings:/// Displays a list of applications that you can use to modify your system settings.
themes:/// Displays all the themes that are available in the GNOME Desktop. To preview a theme, double-click on the theme. You can also use this location to add themes to the GNOME Desktop.
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