Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 122197
Nautilus crashes when browsing amd automount /net share
Last modified: 2016-06-07 18:44:56 EDT
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Description of problem:
I have installed am-utils and run service amd restart and chkconfig
I can browse the /net/fileserver share easily using command line or
konqueror. (I have a machine called fileserver - however it breaks
with all of my nfs shares)
If I browse to /net nautilus is okay. and soon as I browse to
/net/server nautilus dies instantly, without even a crash dialog.
This happens on Fedora Core and Fedora Core 2 test3
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.start amd automount
2.browse to a remote machine on /net/machine
Actual Results: Nautilus dies every time.
Expected Results: Nautilus should browse the shares, just as it does
with a manually mounted nfs share
If it happens on FC and FC2, why is it filed under RHEL3? Or does it
happen there, as well?
I should have been clearer, it happens on all three releases, RHEL3,
FC1 and FC2.
I was using RHEL3 at the time I submitted.
I have just tried it on the latest Fedora Core2 test3 with updates
(nautilus 2.6.0-4) and this does not crash and behaves much better
than one week ago.
Do you consider it fixed in FC2 final then?
Yes, I have been able to use it for /net shares, thanks.