This is my recently acquired Washburn Mercury Series Tonewood electric guitar. Its a limited edition run from the mid nineties, with a mahogony body and a maple neck. As far as I can tell its entirely stock with its original … Continue reading →
Note: gnome-shell-3.2 will prompt you for a password but doesn’t issue an error message if the automount fails. If you want to see the error message (and hence the name of the mapping) open the file manager and try to mount the encrypted partititon from there instead.
Although I couldn’t really be bothered you could easily write a script to automatically identify encrypted device mapping that aren’t being used and undo them by getting a script to look at the output of ls -al /dev/mapper. Probably it would be best to look for devices that have a mapping but are not mounted.