Nautilus doesn't show volumes icons on the desktop
walovaton at yahoo.com.mx
Sun Nov 21 16:39:44 UTC 2004
I'm just replying to my self to say that I commented on the bug #139193
that I mentioned earlier. There I added that I had another issue with a
USB photo camera, I connected it to the USB port, it asked me if I
wanted to import the pictures, I hitted Cancel but there was no icon on
the desktop to browse the files with nautilus.
I'm very sure that this is the same problem as the partitions in fstab.
El dom, 21-11-2004 a las 11:08 -0500, William Lovaton escribió:
> Using FC3, I created fstab entries for 2 extra partitions on my system,
> one is an ext3 for media files (music, movies, etc.) and the other one
> is a vfat for a Windows XP installation.
> The partitions showed up in the Computer window and I can (un)mount them
> without any problem but the icons doesnt show up in the desktop when
> mounting (FC2 used to work right). I checked:
> /apps/nautilus/desktop/volumes_visible in gconf and it is set to true.
> Even so, they doesnt show up in the desktop... what can I do to fix
> this? I ran out of ideas.
> Searching bugzilla I found this bug that is not exactly the same but it
> is very close:
>  http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=139193
> These are my corresponding entires in /etc/fstab:
> /dev/hda1 /mnt/c vfat
> defaults,user,noauto,umask=0 0 0
> LABEL=/mnt/media /mnt/media ext3
> defaults,user,noauto 1 2
> Any help will be appreciated... thanx,
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