Re: reading "Disks" without logging off

Bleah.  We need a system that figures out changes in the system.  Once we
get a good system message bus we can have nautilus watch for such events so
that it can reload automagically without all these silly tricks.  

I think it's obvious that nobody should be doing these sort of things to get
an active view of their resources.


On Sat, Jul 19, 2003 at 10:25:46AM +0200, Hongli Lai wrote:
> On Saturday 19 July 2003 02:34, Bharat Bhushan wrote:
> > I have a question. I add some entries in /etc/fstab. I use Gnome
> > window manager on RedHat 9.0. If I right click on desktop it has a
> > "Disks" option
> > which shows me all the disks installed. It gets those entries from
> > /etc/fstab, but doesnt read directly from there. What I mean is that if I
> > change fstab it's not reflected in "Disks" until I log out and log back
> > in. Once I log in, then "Disks" option shows me the updated entries from
> > fstab. Is there anyway I can do it w/o logging out?
> Press Alt+F2, then type in 'killall nautilus' and press enter. This will 
> restart Nautilus (the desktop background and file manager) only.
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