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The GVFS documentation has a file about Controlling What is Shown in the User Interface. In short, you have two ways to do this: If it's in /etc/fstab, add x-gvfs-hide as one of the options (or, for older versions of udisks2, comment=gvfs-hide). Configure udev to set the $ENV{UDISKS_IGNORE}="1" for the relevant device. For example, here is how I hide ...


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Try to add comment=x-gvfs-hide option in fstab to hide mount points.



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