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I have just checked that, after installing it in extensions-2.0 causes nautilus to crash:
nautilus: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/nautilus/extensions-2.0/libgnome-mount.so: undefined symbol: nautilus_file_info_get_drive
Then, I think that the best solution is simply not installing nautilus extension until gnome-mount-0.8 hits the tree (I haven't tried 0.7) as 0.6 seems a bit old
more recent gnome-mount are not an option as they hard depend on policykit.
*** Bug 244220 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Are you sure policykit is really required by gnome-mount-0.8? I have just tried to manually make the version bump in my local overlay and it seems to work fine even with my system without no policykit at all
obsoleted by bug #218077 closure. Adding to tracker's list to have somewhere to look it for when stabilization comes.