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Re: Nautilus unable to browse home directory
Jared D. McNeill wrote:
> Adam Hoka wrote:
> > Jared D. McNeill wrote:
> >> I have no idea why this worked when installed from source but the
> >> package fails in this way. Any ideas?
> > Just one idea:
> > Do you have the pkg 'gvfs' after installing the packages and does vfs work
> > fine?
> I had installed the following packages:
> gnome-vfs-2.22.0.tgz gnome-vfs-monikers-2.15.3nb4.tgz
> gnome-vfs-cdda-2.22.0.tgz gnome-vfs-smb-2.22.0.tgz
> I think computer:/// failed now that I think back, but like I said I
> could browse the rest of my filesystem apart from my home directory.
gvfs != gnome-vfs, it a new implementation.
$ pkg_info |grep vfs
gnome-vfs-2.22.0 GNOME Virtual File System (v2)
gnome-vfs-cdda-2.22.0 GNOME Virtual File System (v2) - cdda plugin
gnome-vfs-smb-2.22.0 GNOME Virtual File System (v2) - smb plugin
gvfs-0.2.3nb1 Userspace virtual filesystem
gnome-vfs-monikers-2.15.3nb4 VFS namespace moniker for Bonobo
This is no answer to the $HOME issue, but maybe helps. :)
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