Dolphin allows you to connect to folders on other machines per SSH, but there is no option to specify a key file. But you can add the key to your general SSH configuration (with the added benefit that you also won’t have to specify the keyfile anywhere else, no more
-i on the command line!). This is how it works:
- Locate your private key file, say it’s
- Open or create the file
~/.ssh/configand add the lines
Host myhost.net HostName myhost.net IdentityFile ~/.ssh/myidentity_rsa
fish://firstname.lastname@example.org/path/to/folder/into the location bar.
- Now it should ask for the passphrase to your key.