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Just what the title says. Any idea how to fix it so I can view my shared folders again? In case it isn't known, I am using the CSSU and that's the only change to the file manager I know of.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
 
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reboot -n

That might get it back.
 

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That did it. Thanks.
 

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Yes, this is a regular occurrence with me. I'm at home, I see my Windows shares. I go to work, my Windows shares are obviously not there. I come home, and I can't see my Windows shares like I did in the morning! Reboot -- oh, there they are again.
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Originally Posted by buurmas View Post
Yes, this is a regular occurrence with me. I'm at home, I see my Windows shares. I go to work, my Windows shares are obviously not there. I come home, and I can't see my Windows shares like I did in the morning! Reboot -- oh, there they are again.
I don't know where Maemo starts gnome-vfs-daemon from but restarting it might get your shares back without a reboot. You can try killing it and see if DSME automatically restarts it or try killall -HUP /usr/libexec/gnome-vfs-daemon and see if that restarts the process. These actions may cause your device to reboot so save and close anything important before testing.
 
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