What do you mean by that?
If you have a mount procedure setup in fstab or systemd f.ex, the directory where it is mounted should not act differently than any other directory.
If it is a matter of you wanting to MOUNT through dolphin then, I have no clue how to do that (I have never tired), but I can see problems doing it that way. Doesn’t Dolphin always mount it in the /run directory?
For stable, long-term configurations I always resort to fstab. For occasional use and troubleshooting, using the file manager can be convenient. Dolphin should use KIO to access network shares, so I believe it does not technically mount them.
Thank you for the answer. I believe all the relevant packages are installed on my system. avahi-browse from terminal shows a bunch of stuff. The zeroconf KIO is accessible through the “Network Services” icon under “Network”, but shows an empty directory.
I dodn’t have to configure anything, just make sure that I have installednfs-common and kde-zeroconf. For me, the shares don’t show in the Network Services dir immediately after doing this, but take a few moments and/or a directory refresh after installing these.
I had no idea about this, and it seems bonkers to me.
I do a LOT in cli. With this, kde expects me to start dolphin every time I want something mounted instead of letting my system handle mounts, like on any linux system.
To me this seems very backwards but I appreciate learning about it.
I have systemd setup with mounts and sometimes automounts and that is how I want my SYSTEM to handle my mounts, if KDE can’t respect/work with that, well, KDE would have to go, not my systemd mounts.
I have no problem with my setup though. When I boot, open dolphin and accesses anything on the filesystem, my automount is being triggered and my mount appears under “remote”. My “normal” systemd mounts are already mounted.