When I mount my "VM" drive to my home folder it shows in the folder tree and an eject button appears next to it.
When I mount my "VM" drive to my root folder it doesn't show in the folder tree and there is no ejection button.
Why does Ubuntu have this behavior? It only makes sense for removable media and other drives that mount to the media folder to behave like this. It doesn't make sense for drives mounted to the home folder.
I'd prefer to mount the drive to my home folder for ease of accessibility and I don't want to be able to accidentally eject it. Is there any way to do this?