Where did ~/.gvfs/ go in Ubuntu 10.10?
It used to be when one browsed a network share with GVFS, a folder '~/.gvfs/sharename\ on\ fileserver/' was created and used as a mount point. This provided good application compatibility, allowing even shell processes to access files mounted with GVFS.
Now ~/.gvfs sits empty and nothing is ever mounted there. Neither mount and cat /proc/mounts give any indication that an actual mount was done under the hood.
Do I have to give up using gvfs and just smbmount by hand, or was the mount location just changed to somewhere else?