FTP and other questions

wolvie wolvie.news at wp.pl
Mon Jun 27 16:23:40 UTC 2005


Dnia 27-06-2005, pon o godzinie 17:09 +0200, August Lilleaas napisał(a):
> Hi,
> 
> I have just installed ubuntu 5.04 on my laptop, and everything seems
> to work fine exept from a couple of issues:
> 
> 1) I need some help with the gnome-vfs. What i need is to be able to
> save directly to a ftp server. I am migrating from windows to linux,
> and in windows i use dreamweaver. Dreamweaver has its own ftp app, and
> that gives me the possibility to save directly to a ftp location. I
> would very much like to do the same on linux, and i have understood
> that the gnome-vfs is perfect for this. I have managed to connect to
> the ftp server and browsing and file deliting/renaming etc. works
> fine. But when i use bluefish, the web authoring program, to open the
> files, i cannot save them to this ftp location - then, bluefish just
> stops responding. How can i set up gnome-vfs to do this?
> 
> 2) On some input fields the text is not visible! So far i have noticed
> this in some forms and in some programs. E.g. in the admin backend
> section of the Mambo Open Source CMS all fields have invisible text,
> exept from textarea fields where an external javacript wysiwyg editor
> is loaded. And again, in bluefish, the whole main code entering box
> has invisible text. I say invisible, because if i select the text, i
> can see from the paragraphs etc. that is there - but i cannot see it.
> Textedit and Open Office seems to work fine, as well as most forms on
> the internet.
> 
> I appreciate any help that i can get! Keep in mind that i have no clue
> about commands etc, i have used ubuntus apps to do all administration
> and configuring so far.
> 
> Regards,
> August Lilleaas, norway
Not directly an answer to Your questions, but had similar isssues when
switching from Dreamweaver to linuxsoftware. Take insterest in Nvu web
pages editor (can publish files directly to a ftp server). 
-- 
Lukasz Kusmirek
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