gio mount nfs fails/ nautilus fails to connect to NFSv4 share
Steps to reproduce
- set up nfs share so that it mounts with, for example:
$ sudo mount frontserver.lan:/mnt/RAID1-699GiB/nfs-share /mnt/nfs-share
- then try, for example:
$ gio mount nfs://frontserver.lan/mnt/RAID1-699GiB/nfs-share
gio: nfs://frontserver.lan/mnt/RAID1-699GiB/nfs-share: Mount point does not exist
- enter 'nfs://frontserver.lan/mnt/RAID1-699GiB/nfs-share' in the nautilus 'Other Locations' 'Connect to Server' field and receive '"Unable to access location" "Mount point does not exist" "Close"' error dialogue.
Opening nfs shares via gvfs/ gio fails
Opening nfs shares via gvfs/ gio succeeds
$ uname -a Linux mymachine 4.19.0-16-amd64 gtk#1 (closed) SMP Debian 4.19.181-1 (2021-03-19) x86_64 GNU/Linux
$ sudo apt install libgtk-3-0
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done libgtk-3-0 is already the newest version (3.24.5-1). ...
This seems the same as this bug, gtk#1476 (closed) - but that bug was closed 2 years ago...