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CAJA-CONNECT-SERVER(1)		General	Manual		CAJA-CONNECT-SERVER(1)

NAME
       Caja-connect-server - Connect to	Server dialog for Caja

SYNOPSIS
       caja-connect-server [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION
       Caja Connect Server is the connection manager for Caja/MATE. It is pro-
       vided as	a part of the Caja package for the MATE	Desktop	Environment.

       Simply running "caja-connection-server" will open a simple  dialog  al-
       lowing  you  to select the server type, and specify the server address,
       port, and login credentials for the server you want to connect to. This
       is  the	same  dialog accessible	via the	Caja "File" menu, and the MATE
       Desktop "Places"	menu.

       You can use the Caja file manager to access remote servers such as SSH,
       FTP, and	WebDav (HTTP/HTTPS) Servers.

       If  you desire to mount and access remote servers via console commands,
       you should use caja directly. See: caja(1)

OPTIONS
       --display=DISPLAY
	      X	display	to use.

       -?, -h, --help
	      Print standard command line options.

       --help-all
	      Print all	command	line options.

BUGS
   Should you encounter	any bugs, they may be reported at:
       http://github.com/mate-desktop/caja/issues

AUTHORS
   This	Man Page has been written for the MATE Desktop Environment by:
       Adam Erdman <hekel@archlinux.info> (2014)

SEE ALSO
   Caja	documentation can be found from	the "Help" menu, or by pressing	the F1
       key.
       Further	information  may  also be available at:	http://wiki.mate-desk-
       top.org/docs

       caja(1),	caja-autorun-software(1), caja-file-management-properties(1)

MATE Desktop Environment	29 January 2014		CAJA-CONNECT-SERVER(1)

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