Does not show creation date on external disks with FAT, FAT32 and NTFS
- Nightly flatpak: Yes
- Other: Linux Mint 20.1 (Cinnamon), elementary OS 5.1.7 and Fedora 33 (GNOME)
- nautilus 96b46687
Steps to reproduce
- Create a Live USB for Linux Mint 20.1, elementary OS 5.1.7 and Fedora 33 with rufus on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. rufus uses FAT32 as file system for this Live USB by default.
In this case I took the latest version 3.13 https://github.com/pbatard/rufus/releases
Restart the computer or notebook and boot from Live USB.
Install the Linux distribution on the computer or notebook - internal disks. By default, ext4 is used as the file system when installing these Linux distributions. Exception is Fedora 33 it uses as standard Btrfs.
Install the nightly nautilus version via flatpak.
Open the nightly nautilus version.
Add "Created" to the column.
Connect external disks to the computer or notebook. The external disks use these file systems: FAT, FAT32 and NTFS.
Look at the directories and files with nightly nautilus.
It does not show creation date on these external disks (FAT, FAT32 and NTFS).
Creation date entry is empty on external disks (FAT, FAT32 and NTFS).
The expected behavior is that creation date displays on external disks (FAT, FAT32 and NTFS). This means that the entry must not be empty.
When accessing an internal disks with NTFS as file system (Windows is installed there). There is the same problem.
When accessing an external disks with ext4, exFAT and Btrfs there are not these problems.