Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 496488
root nautilus xguest - libgdu-WARNING **
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:40:18 EST
Created attachment 340238 [details]
part of warnings result form df and fdisk -l and ll foom the disk
Description of problem:
When running nautilus as root from terminal and browsing to a folder on disk with content created off and owned by uid 500, which is now in F11 user xguest, but was first user created in f10 ( and F9 and ...),
then there are many warnings in terminal.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
in terminal as root start nautilus
root@localhost ~]# nautilus
browse to folder on disk with files created in previous fedora.
( /media/ymislegt ( on sda ))
very many warnings in terminal
" (nautilus:4751): libgdu-WARNING **: unhandled property 'device-presentation-hide'
_gdu_device_new_from_object_path: /dev/dm-1 ... "
Not so many warnings
See in attachment last part of warnings and
in bottom result form df and fdisk -l and ll foom the disk.
I think it is creates problems to use uid 500 fore user xguest.
uid 500 was the uid for first user created when innstallin F10 and before.
I is a problem in F11 to access files on data disks for first regular user, now with uid 501.
xguest is a regular user. I just gets created before you have a chance to create your account, if xguest is included in the initial set of packages. FWIW, we've taken xguest out of the default install post-beta, so this problem should not occur with F11 final.
Wrt to your other problem,
a) running nautilus as root is not really recommended or supported
b) you are not telling which version of DeviceKit-disks and gnome-disk-utility you have, so I cannot say for sure, but I believe those warnings should disappear with the latest versions of these
> so this problem should not occur with F11 final.
I think that it is wise.
>a) running nautilus as root is not really recommended or supported
Well it is possible.
>a) ... not really recommended or supported
I use it for example to change access or to edit file in gedit
>b) you are not telling which version of DeviceKit-disks and gnome-disk-utility...
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
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