I am using KDE 3.4.2 w/ Fedora Core 4. Every time I log on, the desktop will have icons for all the remote shares that are mounted via /etc/fstab. I have five NFS mount points and two samba mount points, which means I have seven of those icons taking space on my otherwise clean, iconless desktop.
Is there anyway that I can remove those icons without affecting the contents of the mounted partitions? I tried moving them to Trash, but that actually attempts to delete what's on the mounted drives! That's the last thing I want to do. I tried selecting the icons and hitting the delete key, but that did not work either.
Any help would be appreciated.