Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 453319
Failure to remount network shares after restart.
Last modified: 2009-07-14 12:32:13 EDT
Description of problem:
Fedora 9 creates a link under Places and on the Desktop when a Windows' network
share is mounted automatically by viewing it through 'Network --> Windows
Network -- [Click Share]'.
However, after a restart this link is not retained. The user must manually go
through the same procedure in order to have access to it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select a network share by using Places -> Network.
2. A link is automatically created under Places and on the Desktop
3. Restart the computer. The links will no longer be there.
The network share links are not persistent between restarts.
The network share links should be retained after a restart.
Fedora 9, latest updates as of 29/06/08.
This seems to not only be limited to my usage case (windows network shares) as
evidenced by this FedoraForum.org link -
Sorry if this is on the wrong component.
Not a samba bug, hope I reassigned to the right component
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