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Old 11-10-2003, 07:58 AM   #1
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Why Gnome can't mount & umount disks anymore?


Hi,
I reinstalled my RH8 some days ago (please don't ask me why) and now I can't mount or umount my disks via Gnome. On my previous installation it was possible to do it by doing a right-click on the desktop and choose "disks". Then the drives were mounted/umounted and showed/removed on the desktop as disk drives (white boxes).
Now I can't see my disks in this pop-up menu, although they're defined in fstab and can be used. So basically I desperate want this nice functionality back and I'll appreciate any help to get it back. Please help me. Thanks in advance!
 
  


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