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    How do you add sshfs bookmarks to Dolphin like in nautilus?

    How do you add sshfs bookmarks to Dolphin like in Nautilus?

    I am referring to the way FTP and SSHFS shortcuts created from the Places dialog are added to Nautilus screen.

    I am interested in the KDE equivalent of that in Ubuntu 12.04.

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    Re: How do you add sshfs bookmarks to Dolphin like in nautilus?

    Use a "fish" URL, e.g., fish://server/ or fish://server/share/. The URL standard also allows a username like fish://joe@server/home/joe/ to reach joe's home directory. Once you've set up the connection to the server or share, just drag the item into the column of favorite places inside Dolphin. I find this very convenient when I want to upload content to my web server from my KDE desktop.

    Dolphin also supports smb://user@server/share/ URLs to connect to remote Windows machines or Linux servers running Samba.
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    Re: How do you add sshfs bookmarks to Dolphin like in nautilus?

    Thanks for the reply.
    Is it possible to map a fish location into a directory like in sshfs?

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    Re: How do you add sshfs bookmarks to Dolphin like in nautilus?

    You can permanently set up a sshfs mount by adding an entry to /etc/fstab. I don't do this myself, but this post looks promising.

    Otherwise, as I said, you can drag and drop the fish-mounted directory into the favorites panel on the left side of the Dolphin interface.
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