I am using these packages installed by rpm-ostree:
and this one installed by flatpak (remote: oci+https://registry.fedoraproject.org):
- app/org.gnome.gedit/x86_64/stable version 3.36.2 (commit: 35660185cbe0620afa24c56b558c7adad9fa69776707a51bf1b329711b677d1b)
Additionally, I defined this override:
$ flatpak override --show org.gnome.gedit
gsconnect enables access to Android storage via gvfs/sftp, and the override above should suffice to enable read and write of such files by gedit but actual behavior varies:
- flatpak run org.gnome.gedit
Error message on startup (banner): none
Preferences applied: yes
Write error: (
Could not save the file “/run/user/1000/gvfs/sftp…/a.txt”.
Cannot handle “file:” locations in write mode. Please check that you typed the location correctly and try again.
- open gsconnect file from nautilus
Error message on startup (banner): (
Could not open the file “sftp://…”.
Unable to handle “sftp:” locations.
Preferences applied: no (implied by default color scheme)
NOTE: gedit runs with switch --gapplication-service. Gsconnect files opened from integrated file browser open in new tabs that behave as described in #1.
- flatpak run --command=sh org.gnome.gedit
Can read and write gsconnect files.
I’m stuck on how to troubleshoot. Any ideas?