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On 22/07/10 13:43, Simon Waters wrote:
That would be awesome. I did take a look at the source, make some changes and compiled it but I'm not well versed in C (or programming in general) to maintain or commit to something.On 22/07/10 12:13, Gibbs wrote:I'm using Ubuntu at work and was wondering if anyone can recommend any decent file managers for GNOME. I really like Nautilus but not being able to read or change permissions in FTP (and constant niggles with timeouts etc - all of which are already reported) can be annoying to say the least. I work with websites 90% of the time so FTP is crucial and although I have FTP clients installed I really want to find something integrated in a file manager.How hard can it be to fix thought Simon. https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=416221 Seems the basic problem is they rewrote nautilus to use gvfs, but didn't finish the job. So it broke in GNOME 2.22 Looks like all it needs is a parser for the permissions, doesn't sound that hard a job - the code in libgnome-vfs wasn't very complex - I wonder what they have done to make it "non trivial". gftp is a clone of wsftp - looks like the tool for lots of FTP web work under GNOME. Simon
Cheers everyone, I've got midnight commander and Konqueror rolling now both working fine.
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