Create a ‘Shared’ folder in /home/username
Create a ‘Shared 192.168.1.100’ folder in /home/username
Right click ‘Shared’ and go to ‘Share Folder’. Add a NFS share with no allowed IP addresses.
Right click ‘Shared 192.168.1.100’. Add a NFS share with no allowed IP addresses.
Go to ‘System’ – ‘Administration’ – ‘Shared Folders’
You will now see only one share, ‘/home/will/Shared’, that allows 192.168.1.100 to access this folder.
This does change the /etc/exports file, and I believe it may be a security vulnerability.
Doing this with a folder with three words (two spaces) adds each word after the space to hosts allowed to access (read-only) the share.
Seems like it would be important for users to share a folder with spaces in it, especially for everyday desktop use.