what package do I need to install to get the browsable sftp server like suse?

Hi guys, I have a rather basic network application question in relation to suse and linux in general. I posted over at ubuntu forums and I am getting no response so I thought I would try here.

Original thread is here: [ubuntu] what package do I need to install to get this? - Ubuntu Forums](http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9829158)

bump - anybody know if its even an extra package they install or if its just a configuration option in one of the .conf files.


Can you look at the Mint package management and sort of Nautilus, there
must be a plugin that allows that. Nautilus by default allows sftp,
just need to use File->Connect to Server, then you can add the
connection as a bookmark, along with using ssh keys means you can just
click on the bookmark and connect…

Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
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Did you look at /etc/avahi/services ?

This worked for me but I am still investigating what causes it to show up by default as it would be nice for convince sake…

I did have a look at /etc/avahi/services but its an empty folder… there is a .conf file in the directory above that I took a peek at and I did not notice anything that appeared useful. I am going to compaire both these to opensuse versions to see if there is a difference.

I did have a look at /etc/avahi/services but its an empty folder

I meant on your opensuse machine.