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Description of problem:
If I create a shortcut to a remote directory using nautilus connect to server the shortcut dissappears after a logout/login. In previous versions the shortcut would remain on the desktop.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create connection to remote disk using sftp and nautilus connect to server..
2. Verify connection works
Shortcut should have remained
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Is there any update on this? This is still in the final shipped Fedora 9
Looks like bug #452719 is a duplicate of this. For me it was fixed after
upgrading to gvfs-0.2.5-1.fc9 on Jul 6th.
Tomáš, any comments?
AFAIK there was no change in code for this issue and some people still report
This definitely not fixed, even in F10. with nautilus-2.24.2-2.fc10. Remote books _are_ stored throughout logout, but will be removed as soon as no network connection is available. This is very annoying laptop for users.
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