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GVfs is a virtual file system for mounting local, and remote file systems.


USE Flags

USE flags for gnome-base/gvfs Virtual filesystem implementation for GIO

afp Enables support for accessing AFP (Apple Filing Protocol) network shares
archive Enables support for accessing files in archives transparently via app-arch/libarchive
bluray Enable playback of Blu-ray filesystems using media-libs/libbluray
cdda Add Compact Disk Digital Audio (Standard Audio CD) support
elogind Use sys-auth/elogind for session tracking.
fuse Enables fuse mount points in $HOME/.gvfs for legacy application access
gnome-online-accounts Enable configuration panel for net-libs/gnome-online-accounts accounts
google Enables support for accessing Google accounts via dev-libs/libgdata
gphoto2 Add digital camera support
http Enable the HTTP/DAV backend using net-libs/libsoup
ios Enable support for Apple's iDevice with iOS operating system (iPad, iPhone, iPod, etc)
keyring Enable support for freedesktop.org Secret Service API password store
mtp Enable support for Media Transfer Protocol
nfs Enable NFS client support via net-fs/libnfs.
policykit Enable PolicyKit (polkit) authentication support
samba Add support for SAMBA (Windows File and Printer sharing)
systemd Enable use of systemd-specific libraries and features like socket activation or session tracking
test Enable dependencies and/or preparations necessary to run tests (usually controlled by FEATURES=test but can be toggled independently)
udev Enable udev base replacement code for cdda feature
udisks Enable storage management support (automounting, volume monitoring, etc)
zeroconf Support for DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD)


Install gnome-base/gvfs:

root #emerge --ask gnome-base/gvfs