using sftp in xfce filebrowser thunar [debian]

open the filebrowser thunar
press ctrl + L
then write:
sftp://pi@192.168.x.x
thunar_sftp

of course to reach your server you must have openssh-server installed and enabled the ports for the ssh-server:
sudo apt install openssh-server
sudo apt install fail2ban
sudo apt install ufw gufw #then enable port 22 in gufw

now you are able to reach your sftp server from another computer with:
sftp://user@192.168.1.xx/home/user

or transfer files with commandline:
scp pi@192.168.x.x:/home/pi/fileyouwant.txt /home/$USER/Schreibtisch/destinationoffileyouwant.txt

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