Can't write to SMB shares through Gnome
Date: 5 Aug 2005 20:16:20 -0700
I have a really odd problem in SuSE 9.3 Pro.
I have mounted SMB fileshares from our fileserver and I can read/write
on them from the command line no problems.
I then created a symbolic link on my desktop to those shares. The Icon
on my desktop has a small "arrow" showing that it's a symbolic link,
but then it also has a little "lock" on it and it says I do not have
write permissions to that directory.
If I navigate it through Nautilus starting from the root, I get the
same problem. This is only happening in Nautilus.
Konqueror works fine and what is really weird, is that I can drag from
a Nautilus window to a Konqueror window that is browsed to that
directory and drag and drom Naut->Konq but not visa-versa....
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