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I'm facing a strange problem. My development machine was recently moved to Ubuntu. When I edit files situated in a network server (LAN) and then save, the files are getting corrupted. In all cases a few lines from the bottom portion of the source file is being copied/pasted twice. Like this:-

        <div class="corner_lt2"></div>

        <div class="corner_rt2"></div>




  <div class="clear"></div>

See how the footer and the previous line is copied twice.

In both Eclipse and NetBeans, I'm accessing the files like this:

/home/user/.gvfs/server1 on

gedit works fine, which is accessing the files via smb.

The network server is running RedHat. Also there are other users editing the files through gvfs using both Eclipse and NetBeans and they say the haven't this problem.

Anyone knows any solutions or or workarounds?

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closed as off topic by Marco Ceppi Oct 17 '12 at 2:47

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I don't see anything duplicate, it is lt2 and rt2 … –  Martin Ueding Oct 13 '11 at 12:53
Looks like a bug to me. The fact that it works over samba and then fails over .gvfs is what makes me say so. Have you tried mounting via samba and using netbeans/eclipse that way? If so, and it works perhaps you should file bug reports. –  hbdgaf Apr 8 '12 at 0:46
This question should instead be filed as a bug report, and as such is off-topic, thanks! Instructions on filing a bug report are here. –  Jorge Castro Oct 16 '12 at 0:37
I got the issue is in Ubuntu 10.10 only. So is it useful to file a bug now. (Now that we are close to 12.10) –  Sparky Oct 16 '12 at 4:33

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