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I had gnome-disks installed already. i needed to install the one from source code however.

i downloaded and configured it and installed it.

./configure --prefix=/usr
make install

when i run "gnome-disks" it launches the old version

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migrated from Apr 5 '13 at 2:08

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run sudo apt-get remove gnomedisk (not positive on the name because i don't use ubuntu i use arch) then launch it again.

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