cannot access .gvfs: Transport endpoint is not connected


To fix this quickly (e.g. because a rare failure has occurred):

fusermount -zu ~/.gvfs
/usr/lib/gvfs/gvfs-fuse-daemon ~/.gvfs

If it keeps happening then finding and fixing the underlying problem is probably warranted.



3 Responses to “cannot access .gvfs: Transport endpoint is not connected”

  1. Jan de Vos Says:

    Thanks! Just what I needed to quickly get back to work :)

    I’ll figure out what the real problem was later.

  2. Melka Says:

    Hey, thank you !

  3. Eathernet Says:

    Thank you!

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