Created attachment 410855 [details]
verbose tcpdump of port 137, 138, 139 and 445 during the try to add a mp3 file to nautilus
Description of problem:
Rhythmbox cannot add to its library files or folder located on a mounted SMB/CIFS share. The file server is a Synology DS-106e and the share is mounted trought nautilus. Browsing the file with nautlis works flawlessly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always, open rhythmbox and try to add file from a mounted network share.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try "Import from a folder" in the "Music menu"
2. Select a folder located on a mounted network share, available in the shortcut panel on the left on the file selector window
3. Click the "Open" button to validate the window
Nothing happens though there are network activity.
The folder and the files are added to the library.
Added the ID of the launchpad bug, which seems to be the same. Comment #15 describes a smb server which is exactly the same that the one I m using.
*** Bug 602890 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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