Description of problem:
Dolphin, Thunar (and Nautilus) File Managers do not automount HFS+ DVDs in new install of Fedora 15 i386/i686.
The problem originated in this bug report,
"Bug 720771 - HFSPlus DVD will not mount post install"
where the problem was solved.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Using Buildsystem Kernel fix
Inserted HFS+ DVD does not appear in Dolphin or Thunar File Managers after successful implementation of above bug fix. Before Bug fix 720771, Fedora 15 would fail to mount HFS+ DVDs (and apparently other HDD) in XWindows or via $mount. Now HFS+ only mountable via $mount.
Steps to Reproduce:
After installing the above RPM fixes, checking the below parameters in XFCE, and restarting, a mounted HFS+ DVD is not visible in the file manager.
Settings I've checked:
Xfce > Applications Menu > Preferences > Removable Drives & Media
- Mount ... when hot plugged
- Mount ... when inserted
- Browse ... when inserted
Xfce > Applications Menu > Preferences > File Manager
|- Enable volume management (?)
HFS+ DVD does not mount.
HFS+ DVD should appear in Dolphin or Thunar
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