Re: encrypted home directory and GNOME Shell

This is a bug in gvfs that has been fixed in the development version.
The bugfix should come with GNOME 3.4.

On Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 6:37 PM, Bjoern Schiessle <bjoern schiessle org> wrote:
> Hi,
> I hope this is the right mailing list for my question. If I'm on the
> wrong list please point me to the right one.
> I have an encrypted home partition which gets decrypted and mounted
> during the boot process. GNOME Shell shows this home partition as a
> removable device in the system notification area and offers me the
> option to umount it. That's quite annoying because it clutters the
> notification area. I think such a directory shouldn't be detected as an
> removable device. Is it possible to tell the Shell to ignore the mounted
> home directory?
> Thanks
> Björn
> --
> Björn Schießle <bjoern schiessle org>
> www:
> gnupg key: 0x4EA69542528052C4
> fingerprint: 40E1 B49B DADE 5802 C19A 2ADF 4EA6 9542 5280 52C4
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