David Zeuthen <davidz(a)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.