I tried the steps as suggested in ipfs-mount manual:
- sudo mkdir /ipfs /ipns
- sudo chown
- ipfs mount # ipfs daemon is already running
After that I can
ls into some ipfs directories (and the nested ones), e.g.
$ ls /ipfs/QmYcphgAL8P78a2FPTcFB37iNMmp5QexJwSyt8qXwj3kvm/ data files models $ ls /ipfs/QmYcphgAL8P78a2FPTcFB37iNMmp5QexJwSyt8qXwj3kvm/data dogscats.zip trn_resized_288.tar.gz imagenet-sample-train.tar.gz trn_resized_72.tar.gz
However, I cannot browse the nested directories with
$ nautilus /ipfs/QmYcphgAL8P78a2FPTcFB37iNMmp5QexJwSyt8qXwj3kvm/data/
…will show me
/ipfs/QmYcphgAL8P78a2FPTcFB37iNMmp5QexJwSyt8qXwj3kvm/ instead of the
data folder in it.
Is there anything I can do to make nautilus works better with ipfs mount points?
FYI, I’m using ipfs version 0.4.10 in Ubuntu 16.04.