Re: nautilus SD-DNS support: what protocols?

On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 10:14 +0100, Alexander Larsson wrote:
>On Mon, 2005-01-24 at 20:38 +0000, bryan cole wrote:
>> > The network location is for displaying file shares. While nautilus can
>> > browse files for ssh shares that is not the main reason one would expose a
>> > ssh service type using dns-sd. Its similar to how we show a _webdav._tcp
>> > service, but not a _http._tcp one. If someone would register _sftp._tcp we
>> > could show that.
>> I mean browsing for sftp file shares, rather than ssh login services, of
>> course. I.e. the services nautilus itself supports.
>> What sort of 'registration' is required? Is there some formal procedure
>> for DNS-SD? I would have thought (nievely) nautilus need only add
>> _sftp._tcp to it's list of browsable dns-sd protocols for this to work.
>_sftp._tcp is not a registered service at:

Did this just get added?  I see a sftp-ssh in the list by Bryan Cole


sftp-ssh        Secure File Transfer Protocol over SSH
                Bryan Cole <bryan.cole at>
                Protocol description:
                Defined TXT keys: u=<default user name> p=<password> path=<path>


~ Bryan

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