I'm trying to mount a Windows share in Ubuntu 12.10 and Pinguy 12.04 with Nautilus. I'm getting the typical "Could not display "smb://192.168.0.7/groups" error message.
The share's name is Groups, I've typed in Location (ctrl+L) "smb://192.168.0.7/Groups". You can see that the error message says "smb://192.168.0.7/groups" without the uppercase "G".
I've created a new share in the same server, same location, same permissions with all name in lowercase. This works fine.
The problem is the first uppercase letter in the sharename. I've the same problem in other server than can't change share names. This is a Ubuntu related problem, because the shares works well with the rest of the network systems.
There are an option in Nautilus to ignore uppercase letters in share names?
I'm trying to migrate all Windows stations to Ubuntu, but need this problem resolved.
Thank you in advance.