Updating to intrepid ibex

gvfs-mount says that "volume doesn't implement mount".

smbtree sees the Windows server, but times out waiting for details.

It shall help you to recognize a ssh server by remembering a figure rather than the host key.

If you want to give this a try, call the ssh client this way: $ ssh -o Visual Host Key=yes name Host key fingerprint is ff:aa:a8:dc:0b:5e:e3:9f:96:f:d --[ RSA 1024]---- | o | | o.

An Ibex is a type of wild mountain goat with large horns found in Eurasia, North Africa, and East Africa.

After having a quite uneventful upgrade to Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex (time for a change), I’s happy to notice, that Intrepid Ibex ships the new Open SSH version 5.1 which has one little feature, I really fell in love with: visual host keys.

nmblookup -S workgroup reports the (two - local and remote) members correctly, with the correct IP addresses.since the recent updates to gvfs (Intrepid, 64-bit) the Windows shares are now shown in Nautilus, but attempting to open them in Nautilus apparently fails, bringing up the password dialog twice; clicking OK the second time gives the dbus error message as above.

gvfs-ls smb://server/ lists the shares correctly, but sudo gvfs-mount smb://server/share returns the message: Error mounting location: volume doesn't implement mount.Our desktop offering will once again be a focal point as we re-engineer the user interaction model so that Ubuntu works as well on a high-end workstation as it does on a feisty little subnotebook.We’ll also be reaching new peaks of performance – aiming to make the mobile desktop as productive as possible. Actually I don’t know if I’ll really remember figures of dozens of machines, but hey: it’s just additional fun. Hope you don’t start generating ssh host keys for getting a special figure, do you?There is a duplicate bug #249733, which I have marked as a dup of this one.

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