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Re: [kde] Disconnect network folder (Dolphin)?

On Thursday, 2014-06-12, 17:28:31, Stoycho Ganev wrote:
> Hi,
> If I connect to a network folder (say, sftp) and finish working with it,
> how do I disconnect from that network location so that I am sure that
> the network connection is closed for good? I'm looking for something
> like "disconnect" in the context menu on that folder, but there is no
> such thing obviously. So how can I do that? Any clues?

I don't think there is any explicit way to do that.

The way this remote access technology works is that the application, in this 
case Dolphin, requests a remote file action (transfer, folder listing, etc) 
and a specialized background system than performs that.

My guess is that it keeps the connection alive for a couple of minutes to be 
able to quickly respond to subsequent request, but that it will close the 
connection after that.

Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring

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