I have a new Arch Linux installation using awesome wm and no desktop environment. If I put
smb://server/share as a URI on pcmanfm, the mount succeeds after prompting me for my credentials, and I can browse the files and directories, but not open or copy anything.
Right-clicking and choosing
properties shows owner and group of
0, and there aren't any files under
/run/user/.... If I mount it as follows (not using gvfs), I can access the files as expected, so I know the server end is working.
sudo mount -t cifs //server/share /mnt/share -o 'user=user,password=password,workgroup=workgroup'
I would really like to get it working under gvfs, because this is a very Windows-heavy workplace and the shares I need to access change frequently. What could be causing this issue, and how to fix it?