Re: Policy to show drives/volumes
- From: William Lovaton <williama_lovaton coomeva com co>
- To: Xavier Claessens <xclaesse gmail com>
- Cc: Federico Mena Quintero <federico ximian com>, nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Policy to show drives/volumes
- Date: Thu, 06 Apr 2006 13:12:45 -0500
El mié, 05-04-2006 a las 15:43 +0200, Xavier Claessens escribió:
> Le mardi 04 avril 2006 à 22:34 -0500, William Lovaton a écrit :
> > What about Windows partitions on the hard disk? Fedora Core 3 (Gnome
> > 2.8) shows the icon in computer:/// as it is described in /etc/fstab but
> > Fedora Core 5 (Gnome 2.14) doesn't show any hard disk icon anywhere.
> > Now I can't mount Windows partitions in Nautilus, I have to use the
> > command line and I have to get there from the location bar
> > typing /mnt/win_c.
> > Any reason why the hard disk icons got hidden in this situation? There
> > should be a simple way for users to mount other partitions if they are
> > allowed in fstab.
> I think only partition mounted in /media are displayed.
I think you are wrong, right now I have an ext3 partition configured in
fstab with video and music files and it show up in computer:///. I have
2 FAT32 partitions (in fstab) but they don't show up in computer. It
used to work in FC3 (Gnome 2.8).
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