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How to use WebDav on Linux+XFCE+Thunar
davs://poliveira@some.webserver.pt/webdav/someFolder
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@tpo tpo commented Jan 9, 2015

Thanks, allowed me to access a server

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@davidmintz davidmintz commented Nov 13, 2017

sometimes you just can't figure it out because it's so damn simple -- and undocumented. thank you!!

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@mbnoimi mbnoimi commented Dec 29, 2017

Unfortunately it doesn't work with Thunar 1.6.11 because it says Not a WebDAV enabled share.

I use this format

// My owncloud installation domain.com/owncloud
davs://root@domain.com/owncloud/remote.php/webdav/files/root
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@Mardiie Mardiie commented Jun 17, 2019

Unfortunately it doesn't work with Thunar 1.6.11 because it says Not a WebDAV enabled share.

I use this format

// My owncloud installation domain.com/owncloud
davs://root@domain.com/owncloud/remote.php/webdav/files/root

Webdav URL format for file access should be:
davs://user@host.com/remote.php/dav/files/user

(this is the same for Nextcloud)

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@scrumit scrumit commented Oct 23, 2020

I ended up being challenged to enter the name and password, so really only needed:

davs://domain.com/remote.php/dav/files/

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