Mounting an FTP space ?
chris at hier7.com
Fri Mar 2 00:53:14 UTC 2007
Never you mind wrote:
> On 02/03/2007, at 2:58 AM, John Nielsen wrote:
>> On Thursday 01 March 2007 01:37, Never you mind wrote:
>>> On my Mac from the Finder I can select "Connect to server", give it the
>>> details of an ftp location and it will connect and display the ftp
>>> space as a drive on the desktop.
>>> Can I obtain the same sort of functionality using freeBSD and xfce
>>> desktop manager?
>> I haven't used it, but the sysutils/fusefs-curlftpfs should allow you
>> to mount
>> an ftp location as a virtual filesystem. The desktop icon thing you'll
>> to work out on your own, but it shouldn't be too difficult (a shortcut to
>> your chosen mountpoint should suffice).
> I've just made an error during installation. At the dialog I selected
> BOTH c-ares and IPV6.
> That caused an error:
> curl-7.16.0_1 does not support both c-ares and IPv6 - disable one of them.
> OK. I thought I'd simply run "make install clean" again and at the
> dialog I would make my selection. However, I do not get to the dialog.
> My choices have been saved somewhere and are being re-used. I need to
> clean up from my first effort. What do I need to do to wipe the slate
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