General :: Nautilus Cannot Handle Computer Locations

Mar 15, 2011

I am experiencing weird problem with Gnome 2.30.2 on my Debian installation. I can't open "Computer" from places, also, partitions which are not explicitly defined in fstab are not mounted automatically.

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General :: Error - Could Not Desplay "computer:" - Nautilus Cannot Handle "computer" Locations

Sep 8, 2009

I get a Mount,Computer location error and will not mount any drives but boot! When I go to places->Computer on Linux Ubuntu 9.04 and I compiled gmp-4.3.1 and mpfr-2.4.1 last because I wanted gcc-4.4.1 to code and will not compile also gcc error not installed gmp-4.3.1 and mpfr-2.4.1. On screen is...

Could not Desplay "computer:". Nautilus cannot handle "computer" locations

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Apr 24, 2010

I am trying to view a share I have on a windows computer but nautilus claims it can't handle that. I tried it in dolphin and found the file but when I tried to open it gedit claims it cannot handle smb locations either!

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Jun 23, 2011

Last night I used Nautilus to FTP a couple of files to my web-site, it worked fine and I created a bookmark for it. Today, with no changes to my system, it refuses to do it showing the error message in the title of the post. I thought that maybe my bookmark was corrupted so I tried File>Connect to Server using FTP with login. Just after entering my password I get the error message. I'm using Maverick. My Internet connection is working well. What the heck is going on?

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Jan 3, 2011

When logging in to a remote server and starting Nautilus, I then want to add and bookmark an ssh connection to another remote server. I get an EM 'cannot find the location' and when going to 'network locations' EM 'Nautilus cannot handle network locations'. I 've been googling for a few hours, and found a lot of threads that point to gvfs, to samba and to rebooting and reinstalling. Rebooting I did, reinstalling is not possible,the gvfs thing is very unclear. There was an Em on the command line when starting Nautilus: "share extensions disabled", I got rid of that by uninstalling nautilus-share-extensions. Opensuse 11.2 fully updated, running as Kiwi-Ltsp server.

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General :: Gnome - Cannot Access Computer Or Trash Locations

Mar 4, 2010

I have built gnome-2.28.1 from scratch (source) with gnome I compiled GDM and many other programs. GDM is starting fine, I can enter my user on the login prompt and login without problems. When I'm in the desktop I can't access the Computer or Trash locations clicking on the icon or even through Nautilus, the same error happening:
Error: Operation not supported.

I tried debugging by hand running the follow command: gvfs-ls trash://
Which tells me exactly Error: Operation not supported.

On my ubuntu system, lsof | grep gvfs returns a lot of gvfsd* daemons, like gvfsd-computer and gvfsd-trash. On my Scratch system lsof | grep gvfs doesn't return anything. My prefix used when building gnome was /opt/gnome and sysconfdir on /etc/gnome/2.28.1. lsof shows me that D-Bus is running, actualy gdm starts gnome with dbus-launch --exit-with-session gnome-session.

And inside my /etc/dbus-1/session-local.conf I have:
<!DOCTYPE busconfig PUBLIC
"-//freedesktop//DTD D-BUS Bus Configuration 1.0//EN"
"[URL]"> <busconfig>
<!-- Search for .service files in /usr/local -->

Well, I done many tweaks around and still can't display gvfs location, what I think is very odd is that lsof doesn't returns any gvfsd* daemon running.

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Aug 2, 2011

I checked the CPU usage and it's not high and I cant find any solutions to what I should do. I have a Alienware m11x with Intel i7 processor.

Graphics Card: NVIDIA Geforce Gt 335M
Ram: 4 gigs.

When i installed my proprietary software under additional drivers (it was the recommended one). My ubuntu will no longer run Unity 3d version. It says my computer can't handle it.

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Fedora :: Harddrive Nautilus - How Much Space It Took Up In Computer

Aug 3, 2010

i just got fedora 13 from the dvd 64 bit and when i looked at how much space it took up in computer in it said i only had 43 gigs left out of a 610 gig hard drive then i go to my home folder it says 504 gigs of free space but then i look at my system monitor it said i had 547 gigs is this a bug.

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General :: Dealing With Locations Of Libraries

Mar 7, 2010

What can you do when your linux system "can't find" dynamically linked libraries that are indeed installed in their correct locations? Case in point, I'm trying to run a program called 'ucanvcam':

oliver@human ~/installed/ucanvcam-0.1.6/bin $ ./ucanvcam
./ucanvcam: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
oliver@human ~/installed/ucanvcam-0.1.6/bin $ locate

oliver@human ~/installed/ucanvcam-0.1.6/bin $ ldd ./ucanvcam => (0xf7706000)
[...] => not found
[...] => /lib32/ (0xf6b1e000)

How can I tell it to look for in /usr/lib64? And more importantly, why isn't it looking there, and where is it looking?

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General :: Mounting 2 Usb Drives In To 2 Different Locations

Mar 27, 2011

I am writing a c program in linux and in the program I am mounting 2 usb devices attached to 2 specific ports in the computer. (eg : I have to mount the usb attached to the left port in to /mnt/left and the right port to /mnt/right) and the attachment order of those devices may differ (eg: left port usb may or may not be attached before the right.) In this case what should i do?

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General :: Mounting 2 Usb Drives In To 2 Different Locations?

Mar 27, 2011

I am writing a c program in linux and in the program I am mounting 2 usb devices attached to 2 specific ports in the computer. (eg : I have to mount the usb attached to the left port in to /mnt/left and the right port to /mnt/right) and the attachment order of those devices may differ (eg: left port usb may or may not be attached before the right.) In this case what should i do?

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General :: Mount Different Folders On Disk To Different Locations ?

Mar 13, 2010

I have a disk with two folders, folder1 and folder2. I'd like to mount these folders separately in my home folder, that is, to the locations:


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Apr 21, 2011

I am writing a script to install a program (a GUI interface) and would like to search if the required software is already installed. This made me think of the command whereis. I was curious how the command whereis is working but didn't know where to search. Is it equivalent with a find at the most common locations?

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Mar 15, 2010

I have hundreds of directories in various subdirs that I need to remove. I want to remove all of these dirs, but can only find solutions on how to do remove files (or how to remove subdirs from within the current dir).

I think I need something like

find -iname 'testfile*' | xargs rm -i

where I want to remove every directory that contains the word 'testfile' within the directory name. I know xargs wont work for dirs,

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General :: Copying Files From Multiple Locations To One Destination

Feb 21, 2011

Suppose I have a tree structure like this:

How can I copy all of them to /home/mahmood/sim. So that when I run "ls" in /home/mahmood/sim, I see all files:

Can 'cp' search for all file and copy them in another folder?

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Nov 23, 2010

suppose i have two file with same name fstab one file is located in /etc and the other is located in /root/ If i make a change in /etc/fstab file the changes has to reflect in /root/fstab . Is there any command to do this?

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Jan 18, 2011

I need to use wget (or curl or aget etc) to download a file to two different download destinations by downloading it in two halves:

First: 0 to 490000 bytes of file
Second: 490001 to 1000000 bytes of file.

I will be downloading this to separate download destinations and will merge them back to speed up the download. The file is really large and my ISP is really slow, so I need to get help from friends to download this in parts (actually in multiple parts)

The question below is similar but not the same as my need: How to download parts of same file from different sources with curl/wget?


aget seems to download in parts but I have no way of controlling precisely which part (either in percentage or in bytes) that I wish to download.

Extra Info

Just to be clear I do not wish to download from multiple locations, I want to download to multiple locations. I also do not want to download multiple files (it is just a single file). I want to download parts of the same file, and I want to specify the parts that I need to download.

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General :: Windows - Code/software Access Locations In Memory That It's Not Supposed To?

Apr 11, 2011

By default, when applications run, they are limited in the amount of RAM they are allowed to access right? Technically my VLC could not access memory addresses used by Chrome. But how is it possible for the operating system/compiler to mistakingly allow access to an address a code is not allowed. I know alot of 'exploits' and 'payloads' take advantage of this fact and create variables that take up too much space and 'overflow' into other addresses, but how does this actually happen?

Are some programs more prone to this than others? Does it matter in which language they are coded in? For example, I know C is allowed to play around with memory, while Java is not. Also, what are the advantages of this? What if someone wrote malicious code to access someplace in memory, what could they do? The only thing I can think of is passwords/keys stored in RAM.

PS I thought about putting this in Stack Overflow, but my question is much broader than just specifically related to a programming perspective. If I've placed it in the wrong place, I'm sorry.

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General :: SFTP Chroot - Unable Move Directories To Other Locations Of The System

Sep 26, 2010

I tried setting up sftp for my users. Each of my user have their home directory at "/var/www/public_html/$USER". When my users are using sftp, they can only see their own directories and unable to move to other locations of the system. I followed through the following tutorials: [URL]

The users are able to sftp into the system successfully. However, they are able to see the whole system. Somehow, it appears that the users are not jailed in their home directory although in the tutorial it states otherwise. The difference of my system against the tutorial is that I am using Dropbear for SSH server while it is using Openssh server. Although dropbear does not support sftp, I am able to login through sftp through the use of sftp-server. For the internal mechanics, I am not sure how though.

Assuming that when I tried to SFTP, the sftp-server is ran with the sshd_config, then everything should be working fine right? Do i need to run chroot command at all? The following is the procedure I used to attempt the objective:

1) Add a new user to the group: SFTPonly
2) Chown user:SFTPonly user/home/directory
2) Modify the sshd_config to what is reflected in the tutorial and other paths.

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Jun 20, 2011

I mount a few locations from a VMware virtual machine, but currently every time I start up VMware I need to re-mount the locations once the VMware image has started up fully, which gets tedious. I'd like to be able to mount them automatically when VMware is started.

I generally double-click the .VMX file (which is associated with VMware Player) to launch the virtual machine, but once it has finished loading I would need to run the mount commands manually or execute a bash script that does it.

Is there any way you can think of to have it done automatically? One way I can think of is to start my virtual machine by running a script that starts VMware player, sleeps for a minute or so, then runs the mount command - but setting the right sleep interval would be difficult because this varies a fair bit - and overall, it's a solution that's kinda icky and that I'd like to avoid if there's some better option.

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Jul 24, 2010

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There ARE corresponding entries for those in my /etc/sysconfig/network-settings/ directory, but there are not ifcfg-eth[2-5] files to correspond to these adapters. Can I just write my own files and that will do it?

How does Fedora 12/13 load these drivers into the kernel without having these ifcfg files?

I'd love to know if there is another way Fedora controls NICs / other system resources.

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Oct 15, 2010

I've been trying to understand issues that occur during a uClinux distribution build (so I can include such issues in a module I'm writing for students). My process has been to work through errors that occur due to missing packages, then remove the distribution and build it again to uncover what happens.One thing I notice is different sets of warnings within each iteration of making a new build. From the document here ( states, "A typical warning involves a variable being used before its value has been set."

So my question: is there a way to verify that the issue throwing the warning has been resolved by the end of the make build?And, is running make build again an option or could this cause problems within the build directories or image?

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Sep 30, 2010

We have setup a High Available Cluster on two RHEL 5.4 machines with Redhat Cluster Suite (RHCS) having following configuration.

1. Both machines have Mysql server, Apache web server and Zabbix server.
2. Mysql database and web pages reside in SAN.
3. Active machine holds virtual IP and mounted shared disk.
4. We have also included a script in RHCS which takes care of starting Mysql, Apache and zabbix server on the machine which turns active when cluster switches over.

The above configuration holds good if Active machine goes down as a result of hardware failure or Reboot. What if, If any one service say Apache/Mysql/zabbix running on active hangs or become unresponsive.How can we handle this scenario ? Please advice.

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Feb 22, 2011

so tonight i put a pc game in to install with wine, and after a few seconds i checked my desktop to see if it was mounted. nothing was there so i went to main menu>places>computer and i get this message every time i try: 'Nautilus cannot handle "computer" locations' and nautilus just doesnt open. i can however, browse every other folder in my system except computer. i only just noticed this today, so i dont know how long its been like this, and i dont think i installed anything to mess it up. and im not sure why the cd isnt mounting, because yesterday i ripped an audio cd into rythmbox with no trouble.

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Dec 22, 2010

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See, basically sometimes my boot harddrive is sda and sometimes it's sdb. It appears to be completely random and I don't see any options for making it non-random in the BIOS. How do I fix this?

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Jun 7, 2010

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However, you cannot put a variable like %userprofile% in this as it comes out like this (and is unrecognized): rsync: change_dir "/cygdrive/C:Documents and Settingsdemo/My Documents" failed: No such file or directory (2)

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(/media/disk in an external USB disk)

I deleted the ext2 partition using GPartEd on live USB key and created it back. I rebooted Linux Mint and restored the filesystem using the opposite command :
dd if=/media/disk/eeepc_save/SYSTEM/system.bck of=/dev/sda1

I mounted /dev/sda1 and when I "ls" the root directory, I get several "NFS stale file handle" messages concerning directories (/dev and other). I tried "e2fsck -y", had a bundle of corrections that resulted in the deletion of the directories. I don't use NFS. I did the same for the user filesystem and had no problem (it's an ext3 partition). The two filesystems are the ones that came with the original Xandros installed on my eeepc and that were mounted with union-fs.

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