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    • David Zeuthen's avatar
      disk-image-mounter: leave mounting to gnome-shell · e11a35d6
      David Zeuthen authored
      With GNOME Shell in GNOME 3.6, only devices mounted/unlocked by the
      shell itself will result in notifications and addition of items to the
      "Removable Devices" icon in the tray area. This is by design and it is
      a good change - see
      for the rationale behind this.
      The change is, however, at odds with how the Disk Image mounter since
      attaching a disk image is very similar to attaching a USB device or
      inserting an optical disc - we want the same user experience for disk
      images. For example, double-clicking the file Fedora17.iso in the file
      manager should be the same as attaching a USB stick branded "Fedora
      17" (you should get a notification with "Open in Boxes" and "Eject"
      buttons). Similarly, double-clicking the file "Armageddon.iso" and
      inserting the DVD disc branded "Armageddeon" should result in the same
      behavior (you get a notification saying "Open in Totem" and "Eject"
      After talking to Cosimo we decided to just change how GVfs works so
      loop devices set up by the user itself (the Loop.SetupByUID property
      from udisks is checked) gets the should_automount flag set to
      TRUE. This change is here
      This change makes gnome-disk-image-mounter a lot simpler since we
      don't have to go through all partitions and mount everything. The
      change also has the benefit that LUKS now work properly on disk
      Signed-off-by: 's avatarDavid Zeuthen <zeuthen@gmail.com>
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