Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 454241
Can't mount remote windows shares using Places->Connect to server
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:56:20 EST
Description of problem:
I have a windows server "negro" with browseable share "users" which contains my
user folder "oded.a" which I can access. I can use nautilus to browse to
"smb://negro/users/oded.a" fine with no problems. When I use Places->Connect to
server, and fill in the details:
Type: windows share
I get an error saying:
Can't display location "smb://negro/users/oded.a"
The specified location is not mounted
After I do that, in the "places" side bar on a nautilus window (and Places menu
in GNOME menu) I can see that a "users" mount appeared. Clicking on the new
mount point, I get another (duplicate) "users" mount in the "places" list, and I
can browse the share fine. If I now try to Connect to server with the above
details, it works fine. After I manually unmount both "users" mount points, I
can reproduce the problem again.
I can't reproduce this problem in Fedora 8. I'm also not sure if gnome-mount is
the right component for this.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make sure no windows shares are mounter
2. Use Places->connect to server to access a windows share
Nautilus error message and no window opens, but a share appears to be mounted
The share should be mounted and a nautilus window should open.
I have gvfs-fuse installed. Also after I get the duplicate mount points mess,
doing ps shows two gvfsd-smb processes.
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