alan duval wrote: > I have Fedora 10 installed. Yesterday I inserted a floppy disk and the > floppy icon appeared on the desktop. I later unmounted it but since then > no icon appears when I insert the floppy. I can mount it by using root > in a terminal and typing > mount -t vfat /dev/fd0 /media > but have to open the media folder to view the contents as no floppy icon > appears on the desktop. > I then added > /dev/fd0 /media vfat defaults 0 2 > to the fstab file and find that in a root terminal I can type > mount /dev/fd0 > and it will be mounted in /media but still no desktop icon. > what can I do to get a floppy icon appearing on the desktop when I > insert a floppy disk? > > Alan Duval > You do not really want to mount the floppy on /media. While it is mounted, nothing else is going to be auto-mounted on /media. For manually mounted file systems, I normally use /mnt/<device type> for my mount point. For a floppy, it would be /mnt/floppy. If you want a user to be able to use the fstab entry, change "defaults" to "user". but if I remember correctly, when you have an entry for it in fstab, the auto-mounting is turned off for that device. (My memory could be wrong...) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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