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I have two computers. On the first I have Debian and on the second I have Windows Vista. I've set up vsftpd in Debian and connected to it from Vista. I'm browsing the FTP directory from Windows Explorer and everything works fine, except I can't open files directly. If I double click on a picture, it opens in Firefox. The same goes for videos and music, but they won't play at all. Is there a way to open files like they are on my local disk?

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Same behaviour with the ftp being hosted on a Windows machine (actually Windows Server) and accessing from a windows 10 Client. Actually it opens in the default browser. – Vogel612 Nov 21 '15 at 10:11

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