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Old 23rd September 2010, 02:51 AM
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Mounted NFS directory contents not visible in file browser.

Here's the situation, and it's a new one for me.
I have an NFS share mounted, everything works fine and I can do everything I need from the shell.

One problem: When the mounted directory is opened up via nautilus nothing is visible.

I would go with RedHat but it does't play nice with our display setups so I decided to use Fedora 13 x64 on the workstations since the displays work with no configuration at install. It lets me kickstart all the workstations over the network quickly and easily since I don't have to waste time tweaking video settings for each machine. If I get the nautilus issue fixed things will be golden.
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