Description of problem:
On the live image, nautilus displays on the sidebar a volume representing the media from where we booted. After double clicking on it, nothing happens (error while trying to mount it?).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot the beta f11 live image on an usb stick
2. Open a nautilus window
3. Look in the sidebar on the right for a volume with the same label as the partition from where the live system booted.
4. Double click it
Either Nautilus' main-view should display the contents of that volume, or the volume shouldn't appear in the sidebar.
This is also a problem for Sugar, which uses a very similar way of displaying mountable devices. That's why I'm adding davidz to cc, because gvfs and gdu are involved.
More details please
- gvfs-mount -li
- devkit-disks --dump
- maybe a screenshot
This might also be a dupe of bug 495018 since my guess is that you are talking about iso9660 media. Please check if this is the case.
See bug 495033 for logs and a screenshot.
AFAIK, there's no iso9660 media involved here, this is an eeepc booting out of live media created with:
./livecd-iso-to-disk.sh --overlay-size-mb 100 --home-size-mb 80 --delete-home --unencrypted-home F11-Beta-i686-Live.iso /dev/sdb1
Sorry if having two bugs are confusing, when I entered them they looked like two different (though related) issues.
Let's close this as a dupe of bug 495033 for now. Please reinvestigate when bug 495033 is resolved. Thanks.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 495033 ***
Confirming this is fixed in latest devicekit-disks/gdu/gvfs