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Re: FC2 Gnome 2.6 + (right-click) Disk Mounter Gone?



On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 09:44:21AM -0700, Ow Mun Heng wrote:
> Guys,
> 
> 	on Gnome 2.4, There used to be a way to mount disks like ->
> cdrom/usb/etc when you use the right-click on the desktop.
> 
> You get that little menu like
> 
> 	->Open New Terminal
>  	->Open In New Window
> 	->Create Folder
> 	->Create launcher
> 	->Paste Files
> 	->Disks       <-------- Where's This in FC2 Gnome 2.6??
> 	-> use Default Background

I'm not sure where that functionality went, but if the drive is 
listed properly in /etc/fstab, you should be able to open up 
"Computer," right-click the drive, and click "Mount Volume."
Alternatively you can go to Gnome menu -> System Tools -> 
Disk Management and mount/unmount stuff that way. It seems like
more work than the way you're describing, but I was overjoyed
to find out I didn't have to open a console and do a mount every
time. 



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