I am looking for a feature similar to that existed in Earlier Ubuntu releases (until Ubuntu Lucid AFAIK).
The feature was, When I click on the drive icon on the left side bar of nautilus, NTFS drives get mounted and when I want to run any script and/or executable files on that drive, The nautilus display a message asking "Whether it should display the file, or Run or Open in terminal etc" like the following image
It seems, that feature is removed since Ubuntu 10.10.
My question is How can I configure nautilus to do that kind of mounting with exec permission? or In other words, "How can I get that feature back in precise?"
I am asking this question because, I have to run several executable scripts in NTFS partition and don't want to mount it automatically with fstab and also with terminal.
I can mount the NTFS drives with
exec permission from terminal using this simple command:
udisks --mount /dev/sda2 --mount-options umask=022
So, I am sure that, they can be mounted with executable permission. I just do not like to mount them using terminal, I can also add a script in the startup, but I want to know, How to configure to do this.
Also, I don't think, it is a bug, since that feature existed in the Ubuntu 10.04 and was working greatly. I think, this is a change in default policy, which I need to find.