Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

To enable or disable automount open a terminal and type dconf-editor followed by the [Enter] key. Browse to org.gnome.desktop.media-handling. The automount key controls whether to automatically mount media. If set to true, then Nautilus will automatically mount media such as user-visible hard disks and removable media on start-up and media insertion. ...


2

This may "feel" like "leftover from some testings", but it is not. It's a deliberate design choice by Lennart Poettering, made nearly three years ago in order to make systemd's containerization work. The intent was that if one wanted a private / mount one used a (future) /etc/fstab setting for it. Note that those fstab options came about in those ...


2

I've solved the problem with what feels like a dirty hack. If anyone can provide a better answer, please share. Otherwise I am going to mark this as the correct answer eventually. Create an autostart launcher for the desktop that runs gsettings. Example as follows: $ cat /etc/xdg/autostart/gsettings-for-all-users.desktop [Desktop Entry] Type=Application ...



Top 50 recent answers are included