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How do I hide / remove a partition from the Nautilus left panel?
I have a luks setup with encrypted partition. And I don't want everyone on my computer to see that I have such partition. Unfortunately it shows up in the nautilus "devices" panel as "Encrypted ...
Apr 17 '12 at 9:55
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