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    Default Nautilus remote Bookmarks disappear

    Dear all.


    I have recently changed to OpenSUSE13.1 With Gnome shell 3.10.1 as I needed a clean install of my system.


    How ever this has produced some challenges.
    Most impotently Nautilus seems to have changed behaviour radically.


    I work with a lot of remote servers through terminal and nutty with Nautilus, how ever remote mounts in nautilus seems to disappear as soon as they are unmounted.
    How ever if I manually type in the mount address (sftp://user@server:port/) the mount point and and password is remembered.
    This was not how it behaved in pre. GnomeShell 3.10


    As mentioned, I work with a fair amount of remote servers so bookmarks are essential to me so if there is any work around to leave the bookmarks even if not mounted it would be much appreciated.

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Nautilus remote Bookmarks disappear

    On Mon 25 Nov 2013 12:36:01 PM CST, hophans wrote:


    Dear all.


    I have recently changed to OpenSUSE13.1 With Gnome shell 3.10.1 as I
    needed a clean install of my system.


    How ever this has produced some challenges.
    Most impotently Nautilus seems to have changed behaviour radically.


    I work with a lot of remote servers through terminal and nutty with
    Nautilus, how ever remote mounts in nautilus seems to disappear as soon
    as they are unmounted.
    How ever if I manually type in the mount address
    (sftp://user@serverort/) the mount point and and password is
    remembered.
    This was not how it behaved in pre. GnomeShell 3.10


    As mentioned, I work with a fair amount of remote servers so bookmarks
    are essential to me so if there is any work around to leave the
    bookmarks even if not mounted it would be much appreciated.

    Cheers


    Hi
    It's a known bug, https://bugzilla.novell.com/848770 it's fixed in the
    pending 3.10.2 update.

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