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Old 03-09-2006, 12:44 PM   #1
BarfBag
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Question Documents Folder Mounted


Please help this old Linux user who should know how to fix this.

In my Home folder, I have a folder named "Documents." I use it to store Open Office documents (duh). It's not actually mounted like a hard drive or CD, but mounted is the way it's best described. It shows up in the Places menu along with the Computer folder and my mounted NTFS partition. Last time this happened (on a different Ubuntu installation), all I had to do was delete it from the Places column in a folder. It isn't showing up there this time. If I rename the file, it automatically removes itself. How do I fix this minor, but annoying problem? I want it gone.

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