Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 483457
Nautilus says I can't connect to FTP folders, actually I can
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:34:06 EST
Description of problem:
When I try to connect to a private FTP folder I have an error saying "The file doesn't exists". After that I can find the folder in the Places menu.
I think Nautilus to be the responsible, but I'm not sure, so I start from here.
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Steps to Reproduce: for me
1.Click to the bookmark of the FTP folder;
I have the error message
The window with the files of the folder should appear.
I had a similar issue with the SMB protocol, it's been fixed with the latest kernel (the 170).
Sorry for changing the thread name, I have to report another bug, I was thinking it was the same one but it's slightly different.
I changed the severity because people may think FTP browsing doesn't work, even if it does. It's a pity!
a same I see here but with any shares sftp, smb, ftp. I can mount folder but nautilus says: could not display a location" "Unable to mount location". At the same time mounting point appear in places and on a desktop. I am using a same version of nautilus.
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