How to remove dev/fd/17/dev/fd/17/dev/fd/17, etc. in file path on Ubuntu?

On Ubuntu 14.04, I search for a file in PCManFM and when it returns the results, I see something like this:



What should I do to not see this /dev/fd/17 loop in the results?
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
Do you want a solution that prevents PCManFM from producing results with this content, or do you want a solution to process the results and remove the unwanted content?  The second is considerably simpler.

sed 's/\/dev\/fd\/17//g' input.file > output.file

Or you can pipe the output of PCManFM through sed and achieve the same result.

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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
Two solutions proposed.  No further input from requester; points awarded to sole contributor.
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