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Old 03-12-2008, 07:24 AM   #1
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auto unmounting problem in fedora 8

i am using fedora 8 .... as soon as i exit from amarok.or rythmbox.the drives are automatically unmounted...
it makes me to again rescan my drive s for the collection as soon as it starts ....thus taking lot of time.......
someone tell me why does this happen...........
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The drives are unmounted? What drives? I can't imagine that an application has any effect on what is mounted or not unless you use autofs .

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auto unmounting problem in fedora 8

Or do you that playings disappear ?

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