Fresh install of Ubuntu 22.04 and still happening


It's been FIVE YEARS since this first came up (other bugs), and SMB1 has
been off for security reasons for many years now. This User eXperience
is completely garbage, frankly. And no user should realistically be
expected to have to open a cli and kill gvfsd-smb-browse just because we
don't have a proper implementation for this.

It truly begs the question, WHY DOES THIS WORK WHEN THAT PROCESS IS

If restarting it "fixers" it, then why on earth does it break in the
first place? And why isn't this already fixed?

For humans in the future, use this command for convenience:

killall gvfsd-smb-browse

And then ctrl+r for future quick recall (in the CLI of your desire).

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  gvfs can't list shares from smb servers that disabled SMB1

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