Created attachment 1418029 [details]
F27 - right panel nfs mount is visible and visible also under computer. This is what is expected on F28 too.
Description of problem:
Mounting NFS share is not shown in "Devices" right panel of the file manager. Tested with Nautilus, Nemo, Caja.
Still not sure which package is responsible for that behavior. Could be not nfs-utils.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Just boot any of Fedora 28 ISOs. Mount a NFS directory to /home/`user`/NFS/
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot F28 Beta Workstation ot F28 Mate-compiz spin or other F28 ISO
2. Make a directory named NFS (mkdir ~/NFS)
3. Mount a NFS directory to /home/`user`/NFS/
Mount is successful but mounted share not shown in File Manager right panel under "Devices"
To be shown in File Manager (Nemo, Caja Nautilus) right panel under "Devices" as it is happening in F27
I saw that bug and behavior after upgraded my Desktop PC from F27 to F28 Beta. Reproduced the same behavior of after upgrade of my Laptop too.
I'm thinking this is more of an nautilus issue than an nfs-utils
Let them take a look...
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