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Old 25th November 2008, 03:39 PM
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F10 - WebDAV over HTTPS

In previous versions of Fedora, an option was available in the "Connect to Server" Gnome applet that allowed you to connect to a WebDAV service over HTTPS. In F10, I only see an option for regular HTTP. I tried connecting to my HTTPS-based WebDAV using the regular (just to see if it was mislabeled) but had no success.

You can see in the attached screen shot all of the options currently available to me.

Is there anything I can grab (via yum or whatever) to get the WebDAV (HTTPS) option in that applet?
Just using the provided "Custom Location" option results in Firefox opening it instead of Nautilus (which is what I was hoping for).
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