Well yes, true now the DELTA-10 of course shows in Dolphin as umount
. If I now click on my Icon link to a file on DELTA-10 I get a warning messageUnable to run the command specified. The file or folder file:///media/DELTA-10/120321-liveHDD/120321-liveHDD.glk does not exist.
So back to Dolphin and mount
DELTA-10 then back and click on my Icon link. This is what I got tired of. This reflects the situation I had before adding the line in fstab
When DELTA-10 is mounted via Dolphin/Konqueror the partition of course stays visible as well and it is easy to look for other reference files via Dolphin as well as using the 'fast lane, Icon click access to a very frequently needed file' .
The situation arises when you are trying to do reboots in very rapid succession, on every run need to manually mount Delta-10. With the fix in parted 2.4
I have revived a problem with liveHDD
In chasing this I was constantly rebooting and what started out as a simple little test not making notes. After an hour of course I could no longer remember precisely what I was doing so I reverted to making simple notes on every reboot in a file on DELTA-10.
I am putting above problem on hold again and it was in the winding up I thought I will just fix this little problem with fast accessing specific file on DELTA-10. Just18
Yes I run exactly like you but have just used Dolphin/Konqueror. I will look into the Device Manager hint but from my point it seems I still will have to mount before I click my 'special notes files'. What you do say is that yes you can mount/umount and still have Dolphin showing status and
using Dolphin to find that 'other' file which does not have an Icon link.
I have just tried via command line to mount /dev/sdb10 /media and then opening Dolphin/Konqueror but now DELTA-10 gone from places
. Of course the content of can now be found via /media.