F15 fresh install a couple of days ago, by booting the Live CD and installing from that.
Brief problem: I have a 2Gb lvm partition mounted on /mydocs via fstab, for which the password is prompted on boot and is accessible at /mydocs just fine. However, it also shows in Nautilus under Devices as "2.1 GB Filesystem". Left clicking that Device, or right-click and 'Open', brings up an Error dialog:
"Unable to mount 2.1 GB Filesystem
/dev/dm-4 is mounted"
I can't do _anything_ with this Device. Right clicking shows 'Mount' and 'Stop multi-disk device' context menu items.
The /mydocs mount point works fine, but is this "2.1 GB Filesystem" device an error? Can I make it go away? It's plain ugly.
Back story: I'm not familiar at all with LVM drives, having only used old fashioned partitions up until two days ago. I actually did two install runs, because I forgot to set up this 2Gb encrypted partition the first time around. So the first time I let the installer run on full auto, on a completely blank SSD drive I just purchased, which created:
- lvm group vg_uberneek
- hard drives
- sda1 /boot 500m
- sda2 110000 vg_uberneek
All well and good. The installer completed and I had a working fedora system. Then I wanted to add a /mydocs 2Gb partition, found that gparted doesn't support lvm, and gave up trying to repartition and reinstalled the whole thing, adding a single extra:
- lv_mydocs encrypted
The whole installer completed again, I have a new working fedora system, with this ugly "2.1 GB Filesystem" Device in Nautilus.
Anything I can do to pretty things up?