Hello everyone,

I have a question that I've been researching for several days, for which I can't find an answer.

I'm running Ubuntu 11.04 with the Classic Gnome environment. I'm trying to figure out a way to set a custom mountpoint for an FTP server that I'm accessing.

I know that I can use "File / Connect to Server..." in Nautilus and that the mount will then be made at /.gvfs. I need a custom mountpoint, though -- Mendeley, a reference manager that I'm trying to use, has a file manager within it that I need to use, and it can't see Ubuntu's hidden folders.

Does anyone know how I might accomplish this? Thank you very much for any help you might be willing to give!

My best,
J.