Bridge CS6, OS X, volume custom mount point identified as Binary Document

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This is a repost of a problem description posted by me at Adobe bridge forums ( ). Because no helpful answer i've got in there.

I have a large partition for photos and i mounted it in home folder with /etc/fstab (using vifs):
UUID=372A78A3-E57A-31AF-AF41-4732DB625394 /Users/vanburg/Photo hfs rw,auto
It works great in Finder, but when i try to open it (Photo folder) in Bridge it opens it on Finder instead.
There's two additions to default folder icon (in bridge): small arrow (as for alias) and a "locked" icon. "Unlock item" doesn't work.
This problem only occurs when i mount volume in custom folder, in /Volumes all works as expected, but it's not what i want.
Plz, help me solve this problem. May be it needs to add some flags with chflags, or play with ACL?
I'm new in os x, but worked for years in unix shell, just point me where to digg.

OS X Lion 10.7.4, Bridge CS6
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