Thunar does not show partitions under XFCE openRC 30 March 2021, 10:10:50 I am most interested in multibooting and have been experimenting with Artix (among other distros) .I have used Artix Mate Live and have installed it in 2 machines. I find it very comfortable to use, but I am not as ”fluent” at it as I am with other, for me ”already established for my own use” distros like Mint, Sabayon, Manjaro and, to lesser extent, Fedora.I have just made 2 installations of Artix on my Fuji Esprimo desktop, couple years Core2 duo, 8 GB RAM: 1 -Mate openRC from MAte iso works problemfree so far - I have not used it on a daily base yet.2 - XFCE open-RC from base-install is still getting in shape. I have installed XFCE4 and quite a few of my most used applications.My problem is on XFCE openr Rc from base install: Thunar is not showing my other partitions beside Filesystem.Thunar works fine in the same machine, from the partition where I installed from Mate/openRC iso and those of other distros.I have searched very exhaustively, but most of the stuff I found seem too old to risk without counsel, or systemd related - in the case of the more recent ones and there seems that no 2 sources ever confirm each other.Searches on ”thunar mount partition(s)” in forums or search machines haven’t helped me. I have seen references to things like poolkit and similar in particular, and authentication questions in general - among others - but I am not sure it is a good idea going one of those ways without reliable guidance.I don’ t want the partitions auto mounted via fstab. I have read they can be placed in fstab with noauto option, but it was not a recent post, and it was associated to a skeptical comment. I don’ t feel comfortable with this as I have never needed to do that.I suspect this may well be a simpler issue than what it appears to me to be. The Mate openRC install is loading the partitions the way I am used to, by clicking on them on the file manager.I would appreciate some guidance on how to mount my partitions without having to use command line which, by the way functions as usual.