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comment Why cannot find read /run/user/1000/gvfs even though it is running as root?
Thanks for the great explanation on GVFS and FUSE. I tried running 'find' like in your example and it worked great.
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comment Why cannot find read /run/user/1000/gvfs even though it is running as root?
Thanks, but this isn't really a solution for me if nobody else can use the system. How can I tell who the owner is? I tried unmounting/disconnecting my external hard drive and shutting down my samba server. All I really want to do is be able to search the entire filesystem for a file without compromising the security. Is there an alternative to FUSE and is there a way to tell exactly what it's being used for? Thanks.
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comment Why cannot find read /run/user/1000/gvfs even though it is running as root?
Thanks. I don't really understand what fuse is, but after reading a bit from the bug report in your comment and don_crissti's comment, I'm guessing this has to do with a USB hard drive that I have plugged in or my samba server? Are there any security issues that I should consider when enabling "user_allow_other" and are there any other options for mounting that I should consider? Thanks.
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I modified the text to show the permissions and current directory.
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