launch nautilus on samba folder from remote host
this might be an easy one for you:
I log in a remote host ("remote") from my local computer("local"), and I want to open nautilus in "local" on the path where I am in in "remote"
ssh to the local works, I did the ssh-keygen and ssh-copy-id story.
Launching nautilus via samba works as well:
local:~$ nautilus smb://RemoteServer/UserNameRemote/path/to/folder &
Opens nautilus in my local my ~/ folder with the following pop-up:
remote% ssh -X UserNameLocal@IPaddress " nautilus smb://RemoteServer/UserNameRemote/path/to/folder &"
Initializing nautilus-share extension
What am I doing wrong?
Couldn't display "smb://hardy.few.vu.nl/amarin/080828rec/090129lhcii/fit".
Nautilus cannot handle smb: locations.
remote Nautilus requires dbus
ssh -X <remote-server>
#$ dbus-launch nautilus --no-desktop
You should be able to user all the nautilus connect modes. smb:/// ssh://, etc.