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I am really liking the power of Dolphin and all the KDE tools that go along with using it what can I do to connect via FTP/SFTP with Dolphin?

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On the left hand side of the Dolphin window, click Network. There will be a item for adding a network location like ftp or scp. Dolphin is a great file manager...

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thanks that helped – Goddard May 5 '12 at 22:57

SFTP in Dolphin is implemented as fish

fish://{username[:password]}@{domain:port}/{path}
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If you just want a quick connection, you can click the navigation breadcrumbs on above the file list (or Ctrl+L) and type directly:

sftp://{username[:password]}@{domain}/{path}
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