On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 12:28 +0530, Amitakhya Phukan wrote:
i have a system with fedora 7 and rhel 5 installed. recently, i changed
the f7 to rawhide. now whenever i boot up, it mounts all the file
systems related to rhel5 along with it and displays on the desktop.
Rawhide only mounts fixed drives only when you login and only if you put
in the root password and don't unclick the "Remember authorization"
check box. Like this
so it's most likely your own doing. There's no good UI in Rawhide/F8 for
doing it except 'polkit-grant --delete <username>' as the super user.
For F9 there will be a GNOME UI for managing these authorizations as
well as the defaults; work-in-progress looks like this
but the UI is likely to change.
Hope this helps.