kio_fish is a kioslave for KDE 2 and KDE 3 that lets you view and manipulate your remote files, using just a simple shell account, and some standard Unix commands on the remote machine. You get full filesystem access without setting up a server.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers KDE Internet Filesystems Networking|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has been synced with the CVS repository. A possible URL abuse through shell metacharacters was fixed.
Release Notes: A bug with symlinks on non-Perl remote machines has been fixed. This release is compatible with Perl 5.005.
Release Notes: This release includes KDE3 support, fixes for all known bugs, speed improvements, predictability improvements (behavior across OSes should be about the same), and is now compatible with commercial SSH. It also allows username changes in the password dialog, and includes integrated dedicated server code.
Release Notes: Compile-time fix for glibc 2.1.x users added.
Release Notes: This release is fully usable.