Re: Showing ALL mounted volumes on the Desktop (AKA Showing the root "Filesystem" on the desktop)

On Fri, 2006-06-16 at 11:03 +0200, Rubin wrote:
> Hi Nautilus List,
> I'm not a member of the list (yet) but I have a question of which I have
> been unable to find the answer to in the usual way. 
> I have configured my Nautilus to show mounted filesystems on my desktop
> and not show anything else. This looks and works great for me:
> 20Desktop%203.png
> What I would like for the sake of consistency however, is to also
> display my "/" on the desktop, since this is also a mounted fs (no,
> a .desktop does not cut it ;-). This behaviour would be a little like
> Mac OS X (which shows the Macintosh HD root volume on the desktop).
> How can i do this? Is it possible? Please cc me (rubin xs4all nl)when
> replying to this!

Right now the only way to do it is to add a "connect to server" to
"file:///". "/" is ignored on the desktop.

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