I have the following rule in /etc/udev/rules.d/99-hide-partitions.rules:
According to `udisks --dump` the property is properly set:
(...) presentation hide: 1 presentation nopolicy: 0 presentation name: presentation icon: automount hint: size: 104857600 block size: 512 job underway: no usage: filesystem type: ntfs version: uuid: 6C587B51587B18D2 (...)
But still I can see the partition in Thunar and Nautilus. The problem exists with various other devices like LVM volumes and LUKS containers, but this is the simplest one.
Last edited by lynix (2012-09-06 19:51:15)
Found a workaround: setting UDISKS_IGNORE hides the drives (bug 29235).
But I'd still like to know why the presentation layer ignores the udisks hints.
Digging around I got the impression that the "hide" hint no longer exists in udisks2.
As `udisks --dump` refers to udisks and not udisks2 (`udisksctl` is the equivalent here) the picture gets clear and I'll mark this thread as (self-)solved