[Bug 400001] New: Cannot mount sshfs filesystems
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Wed Jan 24 00:09:06 CET 2007
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nautilus | File and Folder Operations | Ver: 2.14.x
Summary: Cannot mount sshfs filesystems
Component: File and Folder Operations
AssignedTo: nautilus-maint at gnome.bugs
ReportedBy: sa at whiz.se
QAContact: nautilus-maint at gnome.bugs
CC: pkg-gnome-maintainers at lists.alioth.debian.org
GNOME version: 2.13/2.14
GNOME milestone: Unspecified
This bug was filed in the Debian BTS.
"I have several sshfs entries in my /etc/fstab. I can mount them with no
problems from the command line. If I try the same with Nautilus, it
does not work. For the ones that require passwords, a popup asking for
it does come up, but then it does nothing at all. For the ones that
don't require a password, nothing happens.
Other filesystems like NFS work just fine. I've tried sshfs with
different machines, and it always work from the command line."
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