Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1262548
beta-ttc5 version. Sudo user cannot mount "other partitions" that he owns.
Last modified: 2016-12-20 09:37:37 EST
Description of problem:
I have 5 disks with extra drives on my system and with partitions that I own.
I boot /dev/sdc as user leslie 1000, admin, and with sudo privileges
I cannot mount /dev/sde/home/leslie (also 1000). No authorization message appears. Checking by opening terminal does not show invisible mount.
When I return from checking /run/media/leslie the /dev/sde/home partition has disappeared.
I rebooted, and the second time I was given the prompt, even though NOPASSWD was specified prior to reboot.
Should I expect nautilus to work as it does in F22?
I did perform a switch user to log in as root. (I did not do it via sudo su )
As root, I could mount the /dev/sde/home/leslie and copy a file from there to /dev/sdc/home/leslie/
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Beta-TC5 Nautilus 3.17.91
Steps to Reproduce:
Cant really mount +other locations from other than root. Hour glass spins and spins and spins.(rotating circle is hourglass)
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