I’m running Zorin 15.3 Ultimate. I have a macOS share to which I’m connecting via Samba. The macOS share (a ‘home’ directory) has some local symbolic links. When I open Nautilus to browse the mounted share, I get “Sorry, could not display all the contents of “…”. Error when getting information for file “/mnt/…”. Input/output error” Nautilus then refuses to show the directory at all.
When I drop to the command line and perform a long listing, I get “? -??? ? ? ? ? ? the_file” (This is fine and acceptable to me.)
Funny thing is, when I use another app, say Eye of Gnome, I get an error similar to that given by Nautilus; however, eog handles this by ignoring the offending file(s) and simply shows everything else w/o issue.
I’ve tweaked /etc/smb.conf [on macOS], adding follow symlinks = yes and wide links = yes to no avail. Regardless, my complaint is with Nautilus. If Eye of Gnome can “do it” (show me the rest of the directory), why can’t Nautilus?
Is there some way I can work around this issue in Nautilus?