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Nautilus does not see the hard drive.

asked 2015-12-11 08:52:01 -0500

updated 2015-12-12 13:31:36 -0500

Hello! Fedora 23, with the inclusion for assailants on the desktop icon is not the hard drive "date", going to the hard drive Nautilus "date" is in the "+ other places." I dragged him and make a bookmark. After restarting the computer, I go to the Nautilus, I click on and get the message "Oops! Something went wrong. We could not find the requested file. Check the input and try again." The location of the "other place" it is visible when you click on a tab and starts to work on the desktop appears. It happens before the first reboot or turn off the computer. The disc is / run / media / Aleksey. What to do? PS I'm sorry for my Google translator.

Приветствую! Федора 23, первоначально в наутилусе из "Другие места вынес значок диска "дата" в избранное, на рабочем столе он тоже появился. После перезагрузки значка на рабочем столе нет. В наутилусе, в избранном диск отображается, при нажатии появляется надпись "Ой! Что-то пошло не так. Не удалось найти запрошенный файл. Проверьте правильность ввода и повторите попытку.". Захожу в "Другие места", там диск есть, нажимаю на него и все обратно появляется. Так после каждой перезагрузки или выключения компьютера. Физически диск расположен /run/media/Aleksey. Что делать?

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Hi Aleksey, I have to admit that I didn't get your question well. Looks like google translator is not good at translating technical stuff. I am not sure how the community would like it, and what the guidelines say but maybe you want to post your question in your native language? It's likely that someone else understands it and is willing to help....

florian gravatar imageflorian ( 2015-12-11 11:30:05 -0500 )edit

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answered 2015-12-12 15:11:59 -0500

miguel-sensacion gravatar image

I think he placed a shortcut to his mounted ext. drive on the desktop, & when he reboots it's not recognized...

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