Is there any way to manage remote server credentials while using Nautilus remote server connect feature? The Recent Servers works for couple of connections, but not for 20+.
Also it seems that if I have two different FTP accounts in one server/IP address, then the last connection will replace the previous one, both directories shows the most recent connection to that server. Is that a bug or am I missing something here?
Can I write a simple shell script that connects to the server -- SSH/SFTP/FTP, and then opens up the Nautilus for the ease of use?
P.S. Currently running on Ubuntu 14.10.
P.P.S. Haven't tested Filezilla on Ubuntu yet, but generally it isn't able to automatically upload a file after it is opened up from server and is locally modified, unless you confirm a dialog box -- WinSCP was working like a charm. Same problem with gFTP. That's why I'm trying to manage all of the connections via Nautilus, instead of Filezilla, gFTP or similar tools.
Since I couldn't find any solution that fits my needs, I decided to
mount the remote server via
curlftpfs until I find a more managed solution:
sudo curlftpfs -o allow_other user:firstname.lastname@example.org /local/path