Description of Problem:
Using a space in the mount point in Disk druid produces an entry in the
/etc/fstab with a space rather than escaping with a \040 . This obviously
causes the entry to not work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try and create mount point for partition in Disk druid with space (eg
Bliss and happiness.
Thanks for catching this, we had intended to not allow spaces in mount points in
the first place and it slipped through our mount point sanity checking routine.
I would request that you do not block this, but just use the escape
sequence in /etc/fstab . No need to unnecessarily limit someone.
Changing this to be an enhancement request. With the current code, we are
preventing the use of spaces in the mount point label.
Too late for this release, will revisit for a future release