WebDAV in Linux and FreeBSD

You can use any of the following standard file managers to connect to Yandex.Disk when running Linux: Nautilus in Gnome and Unity, Dolphin in KDE, Thunar in Xfce, or any of the other applications supporting WebDAV.

Restriction. You must have a GVFS version of 1.11.4 or above to work with WebDAV.
  1. Connecting with Nautilus
  2. Connecting with Dolphin

Connecting with Nautilus

Nautilus 3.6 and higher

  1. To connect to Disk, go to menu option Nautilus → Connect to Server.

  2. Enter the server address in the format davs://<user name>@<server name>:<port> and click the Connect button:

    Username: your Yandex username.

    Server: webdav.yandex.com

    Port: 443

  3. Enter your password on Yandex (or application password if you enabled two-factor authentication), select Remember forever and click Connect:

  4. Nautilus will then open a folder with your Disk contents and add it to the list of available devices in the left-hand panel, under Network.

Previous versions of Nautilus

  1. To connect to Disk, go to File → Connect to Server.

  2. Enter the following Disk access settings, then click Connect:

    Server: webdav.yandex.com

    Port: 443

    Type: Secure WebDAV (HTTPS)

    Username: your Yandex username.

    Password: your password on Yandex (or application password if you enabled two-factor authentication)

  3. Nautilus will then open a folder with your Disk contents and add it to the list of available devices in the left-hand panel, under Network.

Connecting with Dolphin

  1. Enter webdavs://webdav.yandex.com into the address bar of the file manger then your Yandex username and password in the login window.

  2. Dolphin will then open a folder displaying your Disk contents. You can add the folder to the left-hand panel for quick access: right click anywhere in the folder and select Add to Speed Dial.