Re: Can the Places side panel be told to ignore certain partitions?

Hi Sebastian,

we're showing all mounts from /media and your homedir by default. If you
want to hide your custom mounts, move them to /mnt.

Displaying the device twice might be a bug, or not if information
differ. Something may change the device path (UUID=... here), fs type or
the mount point. I'd guess the escaped space in "FAT\040storage" makes
some troubles. Can you please try changing the name (e.g. use
underscore) and file a bug in on the gvfs module if
it helps?

Tomas Bzatek <tbzatek redhat com>

On Thu, 2011-02-24 at 07:00 +0000, Sebastian Tennant wrote:
> Hi list,
> I'm using nautilus 2.30.1 under Debian.
> I've split my hard disk into multiple partitions.
> One such partition is called 'FAT storage'.
> The following entry in /etc/fstab:
>  UUID=****-**** /media/FAT\040storage vfat user,noauto 0 0
> makes it user-mountable on "/media/FAT storage" and I automatically mount it
> every time *as an ordinary user* using the following crontab entry:
>  @reboot mount /media/FAT\ storage
> What does this have to do with Nautilus?
> Well, the 'Places' side panel now displays "FAT storage" twice.  (See attached
> screenshot if it hasn't been stripped).
> I know nautilus tries to make the mounting and unmounting of drives as easy as
> pssible, but in this case I'd like it to ignore "FAT storage" as I'm
> auto-mounting it using the method described above.
> Is there any way of telling nautilus this?
> Seb
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