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Re: How to remove some mounted partition icons?



On Tue, 2008-01-01 at 11:48 +0000, Ron Yorston wrote:
> David Zeuthen <davidz redhat com> wrote:
> >I'd like to think that if you have a dedicated partition that you
> >actually go through the trouble of mounting at a non-standard mount
> >point, then it's because you have data on it that you want to access. If
> >you want to access the data, then you should get an icon on the desktop.
> 
> That's a non sequitur.  Our standard kickstart installation sets up a /data
> partition.  It's used to hold Oracle database and seismic data files,
> neither of which can sensibly be accessed through an icon on the desktop.
> 
> The fact that /data is a separate partition is irrelevant to our customers.
> It shouldn't appear on the desktop.

That's a non sequitur.  Our standard kickstart installation sets up
a /data partition.  It's used to hold customer documents and references,
both of which can sensibly be accessed through an icon on the desktop.

The fact that /data is a separate partition is irrelevant to our
customers. It should appear on the desktop.

      David



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