On Dec 30, 2007 7:14 PM, David Zeuthen <davidz(a)redhat.com> wrote:
2. Tell such users to use comment=hidden in /etc/fstab entries for
such drives and make gvfs honor this so a mount point is hidden
if it matches such an /etc/fstab entry.
Since this affects only the kind of people who have > 1 Linux distro
installed (for dual- or tripple-booting with Windows and Mac OS X you
actually want this. IMO ditto for dual booting with other Linux
installations but apparently others don't think so), I think we should
go for 2. Alex?
Is hiding all things defined in fstab not sufficient? Do we need a a
new comment=hidden syntax? Are there reasonable usage cases where you
want things which are defined in fstab to be displayed in the user UI?
I would have thought anything listed in fstab would be preferred to
be hidable in the general case.