Fedora :: SFTP With Nautilus Is Very Slow

Feb 5, 2011

I use sftp in nautilus to transfert file to my server but it's very slow. For example for tthe same file to the same IP with nautilus i upload at 1.8Mb/s adn with Filezilla I upload at 8.0mb/s.

increase upload with nautilus?

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Debian :: Nautilus Connect-to-server Has No Sftp Or Ssh

Oct 24, 2015

I have done a minimal install of jessie stable on a 2004 laptop with openbox as the window manager. My problem is the nautilus connect-to-server returns "This file server type is not recognized" when entering sftp: or ssh: I have also tried installing Thunar with the same result. I can use cli and connect using both sftp and ssh.

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Jun 4, 2015

I have changed my web server from FTP to SFTP for security reasons. I am used to Nautilus randomly crashing, but usually I got to connect fine via FTP. Now I could connect exactly once with SFTP, but ever since I only get the useful message:Oops! Something went wrong. Unhandled error message: SSH program unexpectedly exited

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Nov 22, 2010

I was browsing my folder with lots of images, after finished i close nautilus and i notice that my computer became slow, so i'll check it with system monitor and had found that nautilus are using almost 100mb of ram (opening 4 tabs). I'm not sure if this was normal or not because i try to reopen the same folder with pcmanfm and it only consumes less than 20mb of ram (opening 4 tabs).
here's the screenshot from system monitor .

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Apr 11, 2010

The GUI on nautilus is painfully slow to work with. Every time I drag and drop a file I have to wait for the nautilus to slowly shade the whole file window . . . . . . . before it stops and lets me drop the file. I searched for a way to turn off this "animation", but found nothing.

I've tried pcman, but it wouldn't open my files. Thunar insists on copying files instead of just moving them.

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Ubuntu :: Slow To Load In Nautilus - Speeding Up?

Mar 7, 2011

Folders with large collections of photos are incredibly slow to load in Nautilus. Sometimes Nautilus goes grey and never recovers. I've tried increasing the size of the thumbs cache but that doesn't seem to make a difference. Ubuntu's Nautilus is also several times slower than Fedora on the same computer and same folders (Multiple OS). I've gotten so that I mainly use Thunar, which loads the same folders in a fraction of a second, though Thunar comes with its own limitations. Is there a way, yet, to make Nautilus behave like Thunar.

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Apr 13, 2011

i have a vsftpd server running well but i want to make/force all users to use sftp and not just ftp is this possible?

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus File Manager Very Slow With Folders With Many Files?

Jun 3, 2010

With Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.0.4 I have seen that the nautilus filemanager is extremely slow with folders that contains many files or/and folders.I made sure that "Assistive Technologies" is diable. On the filemanager preference I set all preview to "Never", tried all possible views, but the filemanager remains extremely slow. It seems like it becomes even slower when the subfolders in the folder you are viewing new files are being created by for example a program. Possibly nautilus filemanager is updating continuously ?

I use to be using debian etch nautilus file manager. With the same directories, nautilus in debain etch was working much faster. But contrary to the one in Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.0.4 is is far less stable. It seems like the newer version is more stable but however extremely much slower. I was wondering if I am missing something. Or whether this is a bug. If it is a bug, then I am wondering when this is going to be solved in nautlius filemanager.

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Jul 6, 2010

I just tried NFS for the first time after reading that it's considerably faster than SSHFS, which I currently use, but I'm experiencing slow write speeds and problems while copying files in nautilus.


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Fedora :: Nautilus-2.32.0-1.fc14 Reason: Process/usr/bin/nautilus Was Killed By Signal 11 (SIGSEGV)

Apr 28, 2011

I was transferring data from one computer to my laptop and crash error came up on my laptop...

Error 1:

Nautilus-2.32.0-1.fc14 Reason: Process/usr/bin/nautilus was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)

Error 2:

Openoffice.Org-Brand Crash

Reason: Process/usr/lib/openoffice.org3/program/soffice.bin was killed by signal (SIGABRT)

What could be the problem? Is it serious issue? I have been having security issues with Windows and are those issues begun once again? I have been under targeted attack since 2005.

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Ubuntu :: Slow - Opening A Folder Takes A Long Time To Open Nautilus

Nov 26, 2010

I have been using ubuntu for a while and i like it a lot, im a web developer and i have windows xp installed in virtual box, i moved completely to linux and just use windows to test in ie, it had been a while since i didnt use windows and i had to use in the last few days and noticed how much faster it is, the thing that bothered me the most is when opening folders in the desktop or the recycle bin, in windows its instant, in ubuntu opening a folder takes a long time to open nautilus, is this normal or is my installation bad, any comments are appreciated, i dont want to abandon ubuntu, i really like it but it really bothers me that nautilus is so slow to open.

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General :: Connect To An SFTP Server From A Windows Machine To A SFTP Server Using A DSA Key?

Jul 24, 2011

As a Windows user, I generated a pair of DSA keys from CoreFTP Lite and sent it to a third party that runs an SFTP server. They told me that a valid DSA key needs to have ssh-dsa at the start and the username@systemname at the end. CoreFTP generated neither the ssh-dsa header nor the username@systemname footer. I tried with WinSCP and it didn't generate them either. Is there a difference between how SFTP works between Windows and Linux? If I put a useraccount@systemname at the end of the text will it work? How would the Linux system validate that my system is called "systemname"? If it can't validate, what is the purpose of adding it?

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Fedora Servers :: 9 - ACl And Chrooted SFTP

Mar 17, 2009

i'm on 9, x86_64, and have successfully created chrooted SFTp users following this [URL] tutorial. however, i need to get into the sftp account programmatically to move and delete the deposited files. so i enabled ACL and set setfacl -R -m u:$USER:rwx,d:u:$USER:rwx /home/$SFTPUSER

this works well EXCEPT that now the sftp user cannot log in. the latter, of course, is the problem at hand! it's driving me crazy. as soon as i remove the acl and revert back to the plain old chmod/chown scheme, the sftp user can log in ... but i can't delete files in the sftp account. i tried to set facl to the sftp group ('jailed') but to no avail.

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Feb 12, 2011

I am trying to install ftp or sftp or just something for my friend to download some files from my fedora 13. I have googled and found some useless/nonworking guides. Has anyone been able to set up these services in fedora 13. I want to have a special user for my friend which he can log in as.

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Fedora Servers :: Get ChrootDirectory Working With SFTP?

Jul 21, 2011

I'm trying to get ChrootDirectory working with SFTP. I understand the chroot directory is not writable by the user, so I have to create a sub-directory the user is supposed to write to. I keeping getting write permission denied when uploading a file to this sub directory? how to troubleshoot this or know what i'm doing wrong? Here's how I have it setup.

Fedora 15, OpenSSH 5.6p1

/etc/ssh/sshd_config looks like this


Subsystem sftp internal-sftp
Match Group sftp
ChrootDirectory %h


I created the sftp group and created a test user.


groupadd sftp
useradd -g sftp -s /bin/false -d /home/test test

Then gave root access to the test user's home directory so chroot will work.


chown root:root /home/test
chmod 755 /home/test

Since the user's home directory is the chroot directory, the user will not have write access to it. So I created a sub-directory that the user will have write access to.


mkdir /home/test/data
chown test:test /home/test/data
chmod 755 /home/test/data

I can successfully sftp into the server and download files. But I cannot upload files to the data directory? I get write permission denied.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Allow Users To Use Sftp Only Access One Folder?

Apr 15, 2010

I want to allow users to user sftp to upload and download files frome one folder, as you know this uses ssh, my question is if i create user to access linux serverthrough ftpd they will be able to browse the root directry, can I create users and ristrict them to only specific directory?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: SFTP - Using RSA Key Authentication - Still Prompts For Password

Dec 5, 2010

Server A: Generated RSA Key
Server B: Added the RSA Key to authorized_keys list
SFTP from A to B.
Still prompts for password.

I will be sftp-ing both from Server B to Server A and 'A to B'. Sever B to Server A works fine. No prompting for password. But from A-B it this is what is happening sftp -v log...

debug1: Offering public key: ~InfAdmin-.ssh-id_rsa
debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,gssapi-with-mic,password
debug1: Trying private key: ~InfAdmin-.ssh-id_dsa
debug1: Next authentication method: password
InfAdminATServerB's password:

Why is this trying id_dsa private key? From Server B to Server A when I do the same, it does not say 'Trying Private Key -id_dsa' This is what it says

debug1: Server accepts key: pkalg ssh-rsa blen 277
debug1: read PEM private key done: type RSA
debug1: Authentication succeeded (publickey).

How do I enforce that Server A does the same? Why is it trying the dsa private key when I have used RSA.

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General :: Configure A SFTP Server On Fedora 10?

Mar 13, 2010

I had an ftp server about a year ago. It was running off of windows 2003, and didnt have any protection on it besides the normal firewall and NAT router. I shut it down after a couple weeks because i was constantly getting password hackers and weird things trying to break inused Ethereal to monitor packet traffic).Anyway, ive decided to take another swing at it and try to configure a more secure server on a more secure OS. I've found multiple HOWTO guides by surfing google BUT most/all of them want me to download a file called "openssh-4.5p1-chroot.tar.bz2", however the address they all point to does not exist! That address is so my main questions are where can i find this file? Is there a better one that would work? Is there a tutorial someone knows about that would get me past this?

I built a computer last week for this purpose (only had to buy a few parts so it's not like i spent $500), and now i feel like ive hit a dead end just cause a site decided to take a file down and no one else has realized it's happened except me.

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Apr 12, 2011

I see this questioned asked a lot and figured this tutorialThis tutorial explains how to create an SFTP server which confines (or chroot) users to their own home directory and deny them shell access.

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Dec 20, 2009

I have FileZilla installed on this machine, and OpenSSH (with an open port 22) on another machine on my home network. When I try and connect, I get: Quote: Status:Connecting to Response:fzSftp started Command: open "alphatwo@" 22 Error:Connection refused Error:Could not connect to server

Which has left me puzzled as I have an open port. Does the username have to be defined somewhere? E.g. the machine acting as my SFTP server can be logged on to locally as alphatwo so that's what I logged in as (with the correct password). Is this correct? If so, does anyone have any ideas as to how I might rectify it? I want SFTP set up so I can copy PHP files from my laptop to /var/www/html/ on another PC (across the home network).

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Feb 11, 2011

Is it possible to change my current nautilus window to have sudo capabilities,? e.g. to delete locked files. It may be lazy but if it takes a lot of navigation then it would be handy to somehow activate sudo from the open window without the terminal command (gksudo nautilus) which always begins at root.

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus Not Work Correctly After Install Nautilus Elementary From PPA?

Jun 20, 2010

I attempted to install Nautilus Elementary...the results were not what I expected however. First of all, it doesn't seem to even have installed correctly, but thats not the main issue...after installing, Nautilus looks like this...

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May 16, 2010

I've added a new Nautilus action and I'd like to use another icon that those provided in the nautilus item con list (see attachment).

But whatever image I try (some PNG or even SVG files) I can't get them to be displayed. It seems there is a very special format, size, type to match the Gnome/GTK+/Nautilus icon requirements...

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Apr 11, 2010

Does anyone know how I can move the location bar in nautilus up by the toolbar, as shown by this pic:

I'd rather not have to download the source of nautilus and edit the code / compile it myself.

By the way, a guy on Ubuntu Forums thought this was a mockup. It's not. It's the regular version of Nautilus, only I removed some toolbar buttons through the /usr/share/nautilus/ui xml files.

I just want the location bar next to the toolbar to conserve screen space, and be a bit more like Finder.

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Jul 28, 2010

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Fedora :: Files Corrupts - Upload A File (using Ftp Or Sftp) Some Weir Characters Are Included Inside The File

Mar 23, 2010

I just installed Fedora12 in a Core i3 machine... everything looks fine, but I have a huge problem... every time I upload a file (using ftp or sftp) some wier characters are included inside the file... for example.


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Fedora :: Sftp - "Connection Closed" - Configuration

Dec 1, 2009

I can ssh to my Fedora 12 without any problem, but every time I sftp to it, it says "Connection closed" and then just kick me out. Is there any configuration I missed here?

I found the issue is that in .bashrc I have following line: bind '"C-a": "cd .. "' As soon as I comment it out, sftp start working. But I cannot explain it.

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Sep 3, 2009

I'm trying to set up a Fedora 11 server so that users have only SFTP access. The relevant lines from my "/etc/ssh/sshd_config" are:


I can log in okay, I can type "cd /" and "cd upload", but when I try an "ls" command, I get: Couldn't get handle: Permission deniedand when I try to get the file "junk" (listed above), I get: Couldn't stat remote file: Permission deniedAnyone know what I'm doing wrong?

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I�m Using KDE on FC14 . Is there any why to use Nautilus as default file manager in KDE ?

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Jan 18, 2011

I installed easytag via yum and it installed and worked fine. Then shortly after that I went to "Places" > "Home Folder" and when I clicked on Home Folder, instead of nautilus loading easytag loads.I removed easytag and the problem went away.

Then yesterday I went to play an mp3 in totem and got the message about the codec being missing. I used the automatic search that tries to find the right packages and solve the problem and installed the required packages to get the mp3's to play. Then when I click on "Home Folder" it launches totem and tries to open all files in my home directory.

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