Description of problem:
I am in the situation where the "Browse" traditional Nautilus window
loads up my WinXP's "ShareDir" via samba, while the Spatial version
Please check the screenshot:
You can see the error message I am getting and the defaults on of the
x-directory/smb-share MIME type on the two panels, while I am able to
easily connct with the traditional Nautilu.s
Please note that traditional Nautilus asks me for a password adn a
login, while the spatial version just spits that error and doesn't
ask me for anything.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. see above
I can reproduce this bug.
Strange. Does the same happen if you create a new user and try it?
There really shouldn't be any mime settings for x-directory/smb-share,
its handled on a lower level (its just a directory). Its possible that
the mime setting is confusing things.
Might be related to bug 119446, but its not exactly the same.
I can't create a new user. :(
Fedora is seriously busted with this SELinux crap Red Hat added.
See bug #120379
Give me a work around to that bug, and I will retry for you.
Can you retry with fc3test?
You need to disable the firewall for smb browsing to work (bug 133478)
I will do so in 10-20 days when the final is released (I ain't gonna
download and burn 4 CDs just for this bug, Fedora is bloated, needs
trimming). If the bug is there in the final version, we can retry
fixing it on FC4 timeframe.
So, does this work in FC5?
Please stop asking me about things that happened 2.5 years. If you are not capable to catter to bug
reports within 6 months, please remove them from your DB and if the bugs remain, the user must re-
input them. You are making an assumption that I ever upgraded or installed FC5 (I did, but that's besides