I've found questions on mapping a Windows share in Ubuntu, and an Ubuntu Server share on Windows, and Samba, and NTFS, and VirtualBox -- but I can't find how to map an Ubuntu share on another Ubuntu machine...!
- I'm running 2 PC's at home, both plain-vanilla Ubuntu 14.04.
- On both, some folders have been shared using Nautilus, right-clicking on a folder and choosing "Local network share".
- In Nautilus, I can "browse network" and see the shared folders, but when I show the address (Ctrl+L) then it's like "smb://other-desktop/public/". My apps (specifically Beyond Compare 3) won't read that path.
How do I map a remote folder to my local filesystem tree??
Update: This post lists many ways to share. Surely, one among them is more recommended for normal users? I'm not looking for "datacenter-scale" solutions -- just something simple that I can explain to my wife :)