Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 168067
> Place > Computer not showing DVD/CD drive or other mounts in fstab
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:27:59 EST
Description of problem:
The computer folder (> Places > Computer in the panel menu) isn't showing the
attached DVD/CD drive (with a disk in it) and it's not showing two other mounts
in fstab that usually appear.
I don't think this is a nautilus bug, but it's a starting point since I'm seeing
it in nautilus. I'm also not seeing anything in the disk-mounter applet in
gnome-panel and I think this is related.
This has only changed in recent versions of rawhide (since the Frid, 9 Sept update).
Created attachment 118701 [details]
Computer folder without mountable media showing.
Created attachment 118702 [details]
fstab with two user mountable mounts that should be appearing.
Do you still see this?
Hmmm, I'm not even seeing a DVD at the moment when I stick it in the drive. The
drive spins up, but the DVD doesn't show on the desktop (it's a FC4 install DVD
that I used to install FC4, before installing FC5 with another DVD so it should
Must look into this I guess
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