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I have a pretty happy setup with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.4 dual booting. It's all working fine but I'm annoyed that I can see the Windows partitions (there are two, since it seems to have carved an extra one out for system recovery) from Ubuntu. It doesn't auto mount them or anything, but they are there in the "Places" menu. I would like to never be able to see them from my Ubuntu system. How can I make them invisible?

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Why? (15 chars) – Hello71 Jul 4 '10 at 20:20
Ignore them? What Linux system is responsible for creating the "Places"? It should have a config file you can edit to exclude the path. – amphetamachine Jul 4 '10 at 20:28
@amphetamachine as noted in the question, Ubuntu 10.4 – Velociraptors Jul 5 '10 at 0:00

Check /etc/fstab and comment out the lines for the windows partitions.

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Perhaps this one, "Removing shortcuts from places" will help? Head to the bottom.

I don't use Ubuntu (at the moment ;) so I can't vouch for the solution.

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