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  1. Agustin's Linux Manual
  2. Multimedia & Hardware Installation
  3. About the Author
  4. Contents
  5. Multimedia
  6. Default Audio Setting
  7. Audio Application
  8. The Play Directory
  9. The Equalizer
  10. Options Sub-menu
  11. Movies & DVDs
  12. Starting Xine
  13. Video Conferencing
  14. GnomeMeeting's Main Window
  15. The Desktop
  16. Office
  17. Networking
  18. Multimedia Submenu
  19. Web Browsers
  20. Installing New Hardware
  21. Loading Modules for Hardware
  22. Introduction to IDEs
  23. Tweaking the Hard Drive
  24. Setting (U) DMA
  25. Installing a CD/RW
  26. Floppy Disk, Zip Drives
  27. Installing USB Devices
  28. Fire wire IEEE 1394
  29. Using the CD-Writer

Networking

Now let's go back to the KDE menu on networking. (file transfer(ftp), etc.)

Using FTP

File transfer for example, ftp clients to upload and download files, graphical and non graphical.

  • This ftp client is great, simple and very reliable. In the host field you specify the remote IP address, or a domain name.
  • In the port field it is 21, and by default it is already 21.
  • In the user field, you enter your login name or the active account in the remote server or host.
  • In the password field, enter the login password.
  • After entering the password hit enter to connect
GFtp
Fig 6.12

The screen is separated in two parts, left and right. Observe in the middle of the picture, there are two arrows pointing left and right.

The left side is your local directory. The right side is the remote user's account and home directory. Each panel inside contains two arrows. You can scroll through it by clicking up and down.

File transfers: upload or download.

  • Select the appropriate directory or files from the source
  • Select the destination, double click folders to open if necessary
  • Once you are sure of your selection press the arrow key on the center of the two panels to upload or download.

  • If you are uploading, your source will be from left to right
  • If you are downloading, your source is inverted.

By default everything will work without any configuration. You can also use http protocol, local transferring or ssh2.

Instant messaging: This holds your messenger client software. If you are an AOL user you could install - GAIM

IRC: This is another way of messaging. (Internet Relay chats)

Mail: These are all your email clients. There are many that you may not even know which one to use.
Other: Here you can find your Gnomemeeting

Remote Access: This holds several remote client connections, including KPPP dial up, telnet, virtual network connection and tight vnc if you have it installed.

The www: This is where you can find all web browsers installed.