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Open your File manager. Open Dash and write files or just press the folder Icon in the right launcher. press CTRL + L on your keyboard or just press on Go -> Location from menu bar. In the field on the top menu write : smb://IP-To-Connect then press enter Another GUI method Open your home as above then go to File->connect to server from the ...


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Ubuntu's default file manager is called nautilus, however it is simply labelled "Files" in most versions. Using Nautilus As Vsevolod already mentioned, you can open the files application in order to connect. To do this click the 'connect to server' button in the left sidebar and enter in the information. You might need to know what type of server it is ...


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I had the same problem and VLC wouldn't play videos from a smb mount. To solve this I installed gvfs-fuse - which was not installed by default. sudo apt-get install gvfs-fuse /run/user/1000/gvfs will contain your samba mounts after you install gvfs-fuse. You will need to reboot after installing. I added a bug report here: ...


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Open file manger (Nautilus, for example), after press file -- connect to server and write ip.


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The program "cd" can only navigate into directories mounted to your local VFS, and a URI that starts with "smb://" describes a remote resource. In order to cd into an SMB share, you have to mount it. In your case, it sounds like the SMB share was already mounted and accessible from nautilus. That means the SMB share is already mounted somewhere in your ...


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This sounds like a regression. An Ubuntu bug report and upstream bug report has already been made for it. It might be best to set yourself as "affected" and ask what information is needed. also clearly state that this is a regression. Regressions get fixed faster. Workaround #1 You can try manually opening the share with nautilus (the file manager) ...



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