Description of problem:
Copy icon from open Network window to Desktop. Not certain this falls under
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
all latest updates, installed through yum extender.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Top panel - Places - Network, see icons of other machines on the same local
2. Drag & drop, or copy & paste icon for machine "xxx" to desktop
Icon is not copied. To see a folder view of a machine on the same local
network, I must follow step 1, and double-click on the icon in the open Network
Icon gets copied to Desktop. To see a folder view of the other machine on the
same local network, double-click the icon that was added to the Desktop.
My present work-around is to copy similar icons from a Fedora Core 6
installation and paste those in the F7 Desktop folder. Once the FC6 icon is
added to the F7 Desktop, I can double-click the icon to open a folder view of
machine "xxx" that is on the same local network. Other F7 file 'copy & paste',
and all other file access seems to behave as expected, for all machines on this
For what it's worth -- I find that I can also simply create an empty document on
the desktop, with the name "smb-workgroup-<machineName>". Next, edit file
content to include this:
Save & close, and the icon works normally. It seems that Nautilus can copy
ordinary files, entire directories, and nearly anything else to the desktop
other than an smb-workgroup file. I don't know why that would be true, for F7.
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