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Description of problem:
When selecting "Browse Folder" when right clicking on the "Computer" icon on the Gnome Desktop, then double clicking on the "Network" icon in the Nautilus window, causes the Nautilus window to disappear, and a new Nautilus window to open just showing my root folder.
Back in fc3 this worked to show my network.
The link in the properties of the Network Icon has network:// for the URL link.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Right click on "Computer" icon on Gnome Desktop select "Browse Folder"
2.try to select (double click) "Network" icon in Nautilus window
Actual Results: Nautilus Browse folder window disappears
new Nautilus window just showing root folder contents opens up. (not a browse folder type window)
Expected Results: should have just shown "Network" contents inside of window where "Network" icon was selected.
Can access network with Smb4k or smbc, etc.
(running as root)
Worked in FC3 & FC2
I found out that not all of my RPMs had completeloaded, and upon forcing the
ones to load which had errors, I got this feature to work again.