[clug-talk] Nautilus is fubar!
mbgb14 at gmail.com
Wed May 3 11:21:02 PDT 2006
So if they shouldn't be visible at all, why the hell is it just making up
something entirely different? Like, where does it pull that from?!
On 5/3/06, Gustin Johnson <gustin at echostar.ca> wrote:
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> Mitchell Brown wrote:
> > Okay, when I goto my commandline, and type "ls" in "/var/www" I get
> > mbrown at BROWN1:/var/www$ ls
> > apache2-default phpmyadmin
> > Now, when I go into my "File Browser" in Ubuntu, goto "/var/www" I get a
> > *completely* different structure! Yet, the files are there (I can copy
> > in and out of that folder!!!!)
> > Here's what I see in file browser:
> > cgi-bin
> > error
> > html
> > icons
> > perl
> > What the heck is going on?!
> Two things, nautilus is figuring out the directory structure presented
> by apache (icons, cgi-bin all live elsewhere, but appear to be under
> document root).
> It is also limited by the permissions of your user, so many things in
> /etc/ will not be visible, nor should they be.
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