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Old 1st April 2006, 08:28 AM
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Samba & Nautilus 2.14.0 (in FC5) - Totally Screwed?

What is going on with FC5's Nautilus? When accessing samba shares (on another linux box) it either is incredibly, unbelievably slow or just won't work properly. And just when it won't work seems kinda random. One time it will work and the next it won't. It locks up at the drop of a hat.

I finally started Konqueror to see if it had the same problem (had to fumble for a short while to learn to use it). It works GREAT! Fast!!! No problems. Only thing is, I like Nautilus better than Konqueror. (Actually, if I could have a Windoze Explorer clone for Linux I'd be totally happy, but that may be a while coming.)

I don't remember FC4's Nautilus being this messed up. I don't know what version it was, but I remember it working acceptably. How do I go back? Or when will messed up v2.14.0 be debugged?
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