Re: Squeeze: How to hide certain partitions in Nautilus
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On 30/06/11 22:43, Hoang Le wrote:
> Firstly did you run:-
> # mount -a
> after creating the new fstab??
> Secondly did you log out and log back in??
> Yes, I did both
My mistake - I should have said - reboot instead of log out.
Before trying special udev rules... re-enable (uncomment) those fstab
lines that refer to the sda1 and sda2.
No need to run "mount -a" afterwards.
Regrettably I can't remember which services need to be restarted - so
make like Microsoft and reboot. :-)
Let me know the result.
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