Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 488483
Nautilus says it can't mount a SMB share, actually it can
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:40:01 EST
Description of problem:
I have a Windows server with a SMB share. Before I was connecting using my IP address in the "Places/Connect to server..." window. I had an error, but with the latest updates I hadn't it anymore.
Now that I use my domain name, I have an error message again, it says like:
Impossible to mount <<smb://Desktop/backup>>
The specified path hasn't been mounted.
But after it, I have the folder icon in the desktop and I can navigate the folder.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.activate a share in Windows;
2.go to "Places/Connect to server...";
3.fill the window with the server's name, the domain name and the name of the share;
An error message should appear; you should see the folder icon on the desktop; if you double-click on it, you can make whatever you want in that.
The folder should appear without error messages, since there is no need!
Have the same problem with private FTP folders:
but the error message is different.
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