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If you are getting the permission and other details for gvfs as per the following d?????????? ? ? ? ? ? gvfs then just unmount your gvfs using the following command. Your issue will get resolve after following this process. umount ~/gvfs(umount /run/user/112/gvfs in my case). GVFS (GNOME Virtual File System) is the virtual file ...


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Instead of using gvfs-mount, which is really intended for working within a graphical login, I've successfully done this using autofs. I just have an autofs config file in /etc/auto.master.d/ called winhome.autofs (it has to end with .autofs), and it looks something like this: /winhome -fstype=cifs,sec=krb5,uid=&,user=&,cruid=& ...


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Are you able to mount it via GUI? I believe you are looking for the gvfs-mount command. I'm assuming that you already authenticated successfully. When running gvfs-mount --list, you should get something like this: Drive(0): ST1000DM003-1ER162 Type: GProxyDrive (GProxyVolumeMonitorUDisks2) Volume(0): OS Type: GProxyVolume (GProxyVolumeMonitorUDisks2) ...



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