Activity log for bug #57753

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2006-08-25 18:27:10 mvandeg bug added bug
2006-08-25 19:52:05 Micah Cowan None: status Unconfirmed Needs Info
2006-08-25 19:52:05 Micah Cowan None: statusexplanation Your description is fairly vague. Are you saying two separate partitions get two separate icons? If so, that's supposed to happen. If partitions are removed from /etc/fstab (and therefore, not mounted at start), they wouldn't have icons. That too is normal. Or, are you saying that the same partition shows up as two icons? If that's the case, where are you seeing this? When you choose "Computer" from the "Places" menu, or on the desktop, or both? Also, please indicate what version of Ubuntu you are running, and what version of the "nautilus" package you're running (you can find this out by searching for "nautilus" in Synaptic).
2006-08-26 22:28:49 Micah Cowan None: statusexplanation Your description is fairly vague. Are you saying two separate partitions get two separate icons? If so, that's supposed to happen. If partitions are removed from /etc/fstab (and therefore, not mounted at start), they wouldn't have icons. That too is normal. Or, are you saying that the same partition shows up as two icons? If that's the case, where are you seeing this? When you choose "Computer" from the "Places" menu, or on the desktop, or both? Also, please indicate what version of Ubuntu you are running, and what version of the "nautilus" package you're running (you can find this out by searching for "nautilus" in Synaptic). Changing assignment to nautilus package, which I believe may be the correct target. It'll at least be closer than Ubuntu.
2006-08-28 07:42:10 Daniel Holbach nautilus: importance Untriaged Medium
2006-08-28 07:42:10 Daniel Holbach nautilus: assignee desktop-bugs
2006-08-28 07:42:10 Daniel Holbach nautilus: statusexplanation Changing assignment to nautilus package, which I believe may be the correct target. It'll at least be closer than Ubuntu.
2006-08-31 18:24:09 Micah Cowan title Vfat and NTFS partitions in edgy get two icons on the GNOME Desktop Some partitions in edgy get two icons on the GNOME Desktop
2006-08-31 18:24:42 Micah Cowan nautilus: status Needs Info Confirmed
2006-09-08 16:47:13 Kristoffer Lundén bug added attachment 'fstab' (/etc/fstab)
2006-09-08 17:53:18 nmwillard description Vfat and NTFS partition get two icons on the GNOME Desktop. When these partitions are removed from /etc/fstab, no icons appear. Vfat and NTFS partition get two icons on the GNOME Desktop. When these partitions are removed from /etc/fstab, no icons appear. Update* Partitions made with such programs as Partition Magic, that have a enveloping partition in which the functional partition is enveloped in shows up as two partitions, one as the volume name, and the other as the physical name. This occurs on Ext2 partitions as well if it is enveloped in a outer partition, and is not isolated to just ntfs.
2006-09-08 23:32:00 didier marked as duplicate 57701