Re: File sharing with Nautilus
- From: "Curtis C. Hovey" <sinzui cox net>
- To: Joshua Adam Ginsberg <joshg myrealbox com>
- Cc: Superfrog <superfrog pandora be>, Nautilus-list <nautilus-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: File sharing with Nautilus
- Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2003 17:39:44 -0400
On Sun, 2003-08-17 at 16:42, Joshua Adam Ginsberg wrote:
> On Sun, 2003-08-17 at 14:04, Superfrog wrote:
> > What's the status of being able to share directories directly from
> > Nautilus ?
> > The ideal is similar to windoze, kde and Mac os X. Right click on a
> > directory -> share as -> dialog.
> > Looking at the way other do, it would be very interesting that one
> > single dialog allows to choose :
> > - Folder name to share
> > - Display
> > - Access level (Read / Write)
> > - Protocol (smb / http / ftp / nfs)
> Hmm... so far, it requires root access, depends upon a properly
> configured Samba server, web server, ftp server, and/or nfs server...
Not necessarily. MacOS X has public folders set up for each user, and
sharing creates a link in the public folder. Well it isn't that simple,
but that is the gist. The public folder can contain samba, Web, ftp,
nfs, gnutella, rendezvous sub folders if the content needs to be
subdivided. Simple sharing from Nautilus is still a distro problem,
but, once setup, the sharing can be accomplished minor changes.
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