Description of problem:
If an external drive is inserted which contains only a LUKS partition the key is
queried properly and the drive is mounted correctly. g-v-m (I suspect that it is
g-v-m, also it could be related to hal) shows an error message for an "unknown
error", but the drive is mounted and accessible.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert external drive with just a LUKS partition
2. Enter key
3. See g-v-m mount the drive and then spit an error message
No error messages.
See screenshot for error messages. I wiped out the UDI.
The UDI in the error message is the UDI of the mounted unencrypted file system
that resides in the LUKS partition.
Created attachment 155786 [details]
Screenshot showing the error messages
Huh, funny. That's actually a gnome-mount bug so reassigning!
Seems to be fixed in F7, I cannot reproduce this anymore. Closing.