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Default NAUTILUS does not display /etc/fstab contents anymore

Hi,

I have recently updated from 8.1-RELEASE into 8.2-STABLE and now NAUTILUS does not display drives from /etc/fstab file anymore (in SIDE PANE) ...

Here is a screenshot with NAUTILUS showing contents from /etc/fstab file:


Here is a screenshot with NAUTILUS not showing contents from /etc/fstab file:


Do You know where or how to bring that feature back?
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