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Thread: 13.04 connect to server: where are the files mounted?

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    13.04 connect to server: where are the files mounted?

    I just upgraded to 13.04, and I'm having trouble figuring out how to access the files on an older Ubuntu box on my home network.

    I used the 'connect to server' selection on my 'Places' menu (I'm using Gnome fallback) to connect to my older box "poppy" using ssh, by entering "ssh://poppy" in the dialog box. When I do that, I get a "Files" window showing poppy's files.

    My problem is that I can't figure out how to access those files from the command line. On 12.10 I was able to access them under /run/user/george/gvfs/sftp:host=poppy,user=george

    Any idea where I can find them on 13.04?
    Last edited by bergeo; May 3rd, 2013 at 05:29 AM. Reason: solved

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    Re: 13.04 connect to server: where are the files mounted?

    Nevermind, found them. They're in pretty much the same place as before, just without the ",user=george" part: /run/user/george/gvfs/sftp:host=poppy.

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    Re: 13.04 connect to server: where are the files mounted?

    Isn't it the ".gvfs" folder inside your home directory?

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    Re: 13.04 connect to server: where are the files mounted?

    No, not on my system:

    petunia:george> cd ~/.gvfs
    bash: cd: /home/george/.gvfs: No such file or directory


    (See my response to myself above.)

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