Hey all, I THOUGHT I had this working under Fedora 9 but since upgrading to Fedora 10 I just now revisited trying to connect to a webdav server over ssl (not available on http, https only) using gvfs. My earlier experience with gvfs on Fedora 9 was interesting enough. I couldn't get that to work until I spotted something in the httpd.conf file that rang a bell with some forum posts. I was this: BrowserMatch "^gnome-vfs/1.0" redirect-carefully I remember seeing a remark about that in a post that described my exact problem. But... gvfs in F9 doesn't give that browser string. It was this: BrowserMatch "^gvfs/0.2.5" redirect-carefully Plugged that in and it worked like a charm! Now I can't get it to work under F10 at all. The webdav selection under "connect to server" seems to be http only. Specifying a port was no help. No selection for ssl. If I go under custom and enter in a davs://www.test.com/webdav it ALMOST works. gvfs tries to talk to the server using davs but two problems showed up real quick. One was the Browser string again. This time I needed this: BrowserMatch "^gvfs/1.0.3" redirect-carefully That got me closer but no cigar. Seems that gvfs is ignoring the /webdav portion of the URL and attempting an OPTIONS request for / and returning that the share does not support webdav. If I turn DAV on for /, it then works. But that's no good. I don't want DAV turned on for my entire site and I want to maintain the authentication control through multiviews. Seems like gvfs is seriously busted (insert stock smark remark here). I saw other remarks in some Ubuntu forums saying much the same thing that those people fell back to using fuse-dav but I don't see the fuse-dav package in the repos anywhere. Anyone know how to get that to work? Regards, Mike -- Michael H. Warfield (AI4NB) | (770) 985-6132 | mhw WittsEnd com /\/\|=mhw=|\/\/ | (678) 463-0932 | http://www.wittsend.com/mhw/ NIC whois: MHW9 | An optimist believes we live in the best of all PGP Key: 0xDF1DD471 | possible worlds. A pessimist is sure of it!
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