how activate my pen drive

Charles Austin ceaustin at
Tue Feb 26 17:54:54 GMT 2008

On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 11:41 AM, Greg Reagle <greagle at> wrote:
> > I am having the same problem.
>  > Clean install of Edubuntu 7.10 32 bit, server kernel (to accomodate
>  extra
>  > RAM).
>  > Pen drive mounts on the server, no problems.
>  > Pen drive does not mount on the Thin Client.
>  > Set LOCAL_STORAGE=Y in lts.conf, no change.
>  >
>  > Is there some variable in lts.conf that has to be set for the USB
>  > devices to mount on the Thin Client?
>  Perhaps LOCALDEV is your answer.  See
>  nt.html for documentation.
>     This parameter enables local devices support, like CD's and USB
>  sticks. Users plugging them in should see them on the desktop, after
>  they've been added to the fuse group on the server. You can do this by
>  going to: System->Administration->Users and Groups selecting the user,
>  clicking on "Properties", the going into the "User Privileges" tab, and
>  making sure the "Allow use of FUSE filesystems..." box is checked. The
>  default is: Y.
Default section of my lts.conf:


The command
cat /etc/group |grep fuse
shows all of my users.

I'm stumped.

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