Description of problem:
Latest nautilus update removes unmount menu entry when showing Eject/safe removal.
Unfortunately on internal drive mounts there are no entries displayed to choose
from so one would need to use the CLI to unmount. There should be an unmount
option for these types of mounts.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Mont internal drive
2.Right mouse click on mounted drive icon
No Unmount/Eject/Safe removal options displayed
Unmount and or Safe removal
I don't believe that "geeks" are the only ones to mount internal drives. When
media is mounted and an icon is displayed the option to unmount it via the file
manager should be available (the gnome disk mount applet does give the use the
option to unmount).
Comments in patch file:
Having three menu entries (unmount/eject/safe removal) in a volume/drive menu
entry is too confusing. Unmount only really makes sense for internal drives,
for external ones it is pretty much a "geek" option. Geeks can use palimpsest
or "unmount /media/foo" from the CLI if they really want to, for everyone else
it is just an unintuitive and hard to to explain menu entry.
I neglected to mention that this only fails on mounted internal drive with
Logical volume. On DOS or Linux FS mounts the Unmount menu entry is OK
What do you mean by 'internal drive with Logical volume'? What filesystem is on it? Can you please make a screenshot of the menu? Please also attach output of `udisks --dump`.
Created attachment 411297 [details]
screenshot of menu
Created attachment 411298 [details]
(In reply to comment #2)
> What do you mean by 'internal drive with Logical volume'? What filesystem is on
> it? Can you please make a screenshot of the menu? Please also attach output of
> `udisks --dump`.
I have 2 internal disk drives. A 17GB with F13 and a 79GB with F12. I'm mounting
the 79GB. Here's a DF command output:
75650160 10200136 61607160 15% /media/46c5112b-00aa-4bc6-a5d4-55a7ff86c6d4
The unmount option is also missing for DVDs. I can only eject a DVD, but not unmount it, or safely remove it. Xine does not perform well (or better: it crawls) if the DVD is mounted at the same time xine tries to read the DVD.
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