Finding connected network drive in terminal

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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby debiman » 2017-11-03 18:48

@biebert:
it seems i was wrong in the below quoted post, and p.H was right (though i cannot see why they would choose this sort of cryptic remark, instead of something _helpful_).
debiman wrote:
p.H wrote:Some tools allow to access a filesystem contents without mounting it.

that's a very smart remark but has no impact on the thread whatsoever.
thanks for pointing it out though, you really made my day.


@pedrachken:
i can see you visit seldom; we will see how you choose to react next time you do.
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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby debiman » 2017-11-05 08:08

the last post got past me somehow.
just to "inflate my post count" even more, i reply:
pendrachken wrote:Hell no, Gary. Just no. This isn't a "safe space", the little snowflake doesn't get to get out of feeling bad because he was offended by the truth. And You don't get to support him because you also have been told the same thning by multiple of us old-timers as well.

I am NOT going to apologize for telling the truth.

1: He tries to tell the OP that something isn't working at all, when the OP says in the first post that it is working. I.E. samba shares are mounted by GVFS in the file manager. Yet debiman claims that "samba isn't connected at all" since mount doesn't show it, when even the most cursory google search would show that shares mounted in these file managers DON'T use the system mount commands.

2: Posts stupid shit just to get his post count up. Like in this thread: posts "try to right click and "open terminal here" ", 5 days after the thread starter posts that the same trick doesn't work with the GVFS mounted shares.

So no, I will not apologize. Period. End of story.

If you want to ban me go right ahead, I don't give a shit anymore. You will be losing one of the few people around here that actually answers questions when they post though. Like my explanation of how to mount SMB shares from the terminal that followed in my previous post.


no-one says you should apologize for telling the truth.

that's not what i was asking for (more about that later).

but you should also tell the truth! so, about your reply quoted above:
you are simplifying and misreading what really happened in this thread. you are paraphrasing, instead of quoting - i never said "samba isn't connected at all". that's just the first example, interested readers (if any) may find more.
don't paraphrase. quote the facts, or leave it. because anything beyond that must necessarily be colored by your own emotions and i'm really not interested in those.

i never claim to be right if i'm not 100% sure i'm right. i use the conditional when appropriate (which you seem to fail to recognize, and i will make no assumptions about your level of education now).

i understand that this thread reads differently for someone who comes to read the whole thread as it is now, but this has been an ongoing conversation, which you also seem to fail to recognize.
my guess is you visit here once a week or so and pick the thread where you think you can let go of most of your "righteous" anger. anger about how the whole manly linux community has developed into a bunch of snowflakes.

no my friend*, the only "righteous" you are is self-righteous and pompous.

PS:
i'm quite happy with this being an "unsafe space", i just prefer to do things differently.
my report was closed along those lines: "I like to think members have a bit more scope to express their opinions, including a right of rebuttal".
fine by me, let's go all old testament. a kick in the butt for a kick in the butt.
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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby 4D696B65 » 2017-11-05 13:39

Please stop the name calling.
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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby dilberts_left_nut » 2017-11-06 04:48

debiman wrote:my report was closed along those lines: "I like to think members have a bit more scope to express their opinions, including a right of rebuttal".

You skipped the rest of that sentence...
dilberts_left_nut wrote:without crossing the line to abuse.

Please don't.
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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby debiman » 2017-11-06 18:42

dilberts_left_nut wrote:
debiman wrote:my report was closed along those lines: "I like to think members have a bit more scope to express their opinions, including a right of rebuttal".

You skipped the rest of that sentence...
dilberts_left_nut wrote:without crossing the line to abuse.

Please don't.

but who's to say where that line is? i think pendrachken crossed it.
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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby dilberts_left_nut » 2017-11-06 18:54

debiman wrote:but who's to say where that line is?

I am.
He didn't, you did.
Leave it there.

This doesn't belong in this thread - PM me if you want any further discussion on this.
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Re: Finding connected network drive in terminal

Postby debiman » 2017-11-07 07:15

i have corrected my previos reply, hopefully i have "un-crossed" that line now.
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