Re: Nautilus / Keyring Question
Did you try substituting the @ symbol with %?
I remember FTP servers used to understand this character.
is the same as:
Just my $0.02 pesos
On 12/7/05, Dave Loftis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
To answer your question: the username is 'email@example.com' and I am trying to connect to '
ftp.domain.com' and Nautilus is attempting to set the URI it is passing to gnome-vfs as
this should be correct, except it doesn't work. As near as I can
tell, looking at bugzilla, this might be a case of nautilus making the
URI safe (changing the first @ to a character code), but then failing
to transmit it as originally entered.
It looks like this is a bug somewhere in Nautilus or the
Nautilus interface to gnome-keyring. I suppose I am left with a
venture through code so that I can 'fix' it. Unless anyone else
has any ideas.
Thanks for the help, y'all.
think basically you watch television to turn your brain off, and you
work on your computer when you want to turn your brain on" -- Steve
Jobs in an interview for MacWorld Magazine 2004-Feb
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