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I'm trying to access by command line to the shares automatically mounted by Nautilus (I'm on a RHEL6), but I'm unable to find the mount point. Googling around I found that I should look in ~/.gvfs, but it is empty.

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It changed some time ago. Recently I have been finding my network shares in:
/run/user/*user-id*>/gvfs
or
/var/run/user/*user-id*/gvfs

The user-id might also be your user name.

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