Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 179371
gnome-mount should error on invalid command line
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:57:56 EDT
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Forget the command line syntax
2. Run 'gnome-umount /dev/hdc'
Returns '1', but gives no visible feedback that it failed.
Prints the usage, or something similar (that you need gnome-umount --device
It is even worse. An output from '--help' suggests that the following is valid:
gnome-umount -e -d /dev/fd0
but this fails silently although 'gnome-mount -e -d /dev/fd0' does work, at least
partially. Adding superfluous option should not have such effect.
Should be fixed in 0.4-2 otherwise please reopen.