Ok, so this may be an easy one.
I have 2 mounted volumes set up in fstab.
As each user, I can browse to the mountpoint (/mnt/Data and /mnt/Win7-Main). Both are different physical drives with correct permissions for all users, etc.)
They mount for all users without issue at login. Shorcuts work, apps work, etc.
The only issue that I can't seem to find a good answer for is the"Tree View" for browsing/file searches.
When I run apps (Nemo, gedit, LibreOffice, etc.) with eleveated rights (sudo <app>)and browse for files, I see this in the tree view:
But, as any other user I do not see the last 2 in the tree views. Since this is to help my (admittedly less technical) family mebers transion from Windows, this is a key feature to help them when browsing for files, etc.
So, how do I make those two "Drives" visible in the tree views for all apps, for all users?
EDIT -SOLVED: although the gedit/nemo combo change would probably have worked, I just did a quick fstab change to mount to "media" instead if "mnt" and on reboot all users were perfect. Thanks to all for the help!
Last edited by Harlaequin
on Sun Mar 02, 2014 12:26 am, edited 1 time in total.