Connect to Server

Goddard ryein.goddard at
Wed May 29 06:32:11 UTC 2013

yes this is one of the reasons I quit using Nautilus.  It is starting to suck.  Try Marlin.  The Gnome guys may of had a reason, but I don't know it.

Ryein C. Goddard
ryein.goddard at

On May 28, 2013, at 11:08 PM, James <James at> wrote:

> Not a Bug as such,
> Remember "Connect to Server" a handy way to connect by SSH, FTP and Samba etc., you could choose your connection type, type in an IP address, user name and password and away you go, it could also be found very easy by click on "File > connect to server" on the top panel.
> In 13.04 this has changed to access connect to server we now have to click "Files" (which also opens your Files" then in top panel click "Files > connect to server" then Connect to Server. The program has also changed a lot requiring the user type in all the details much like as you would on terminal example... smb://
> Not only is connect to server a little harder to find for newer users but also now changed in a way that some users may find harder to use.
> has anyone else experienced the same issue regarding the program?
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