I have a partition on my Ubuntu installation that is named 'Media' at the second position. It comes in as /dev/sda2. Now when it mounts, starting I think with Ubuntu 10.10, I get TWO directories in /media when it mounts:
/media/Media (owned by root, nothing in it) /media/Media_ (owned by my normal user with all the contents in it) This is not the way that I remember it happening before Ubuntu 10.10.
Other drives, external via USB, only have one directory made in /media.
In all cases, (all) the directory(ies) is (are) removed by GTK/Nautilus, et.al. when unmounted.
Is this normal? Is it a bug I should report? I'm working on a backup script, and I want to know the correcty behavior. Mabye this is something to do with the fact that it's a non root(filesystem) but an internal drive?