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I can connect to a Windows server using the Gnome Places -> Connect to ... dialog, and then I can access the files using Nautilus.

Now, how can I specify a file or folder in the share on a command line? For example, I have this share "c$ on WinServer". I would like to specify this location as a path for commands like ls, cp etc.

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ls ~/.gvfs

That'll show gnome-mounted things and you can treat them like any other filesystem.

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Excellent. Exactly what I am looking for. Thanks. –  Prakash K Oct 13 '10 at 13:23
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