kubuntu-users Digest, Vol 19, Issue 38
rosh1182 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 22 17:56:20 BST 2006
If you would like to automatically run a command/script on a hal event, the
program "ivman" is what you would need. By editing a config file or two,
and setting ivman to run whenever you boot, you will have automounting for
your usb flash device. The gentoo wiki has a pretty good description and
examples of how to use ivman to do what you are looking for:
You can install ivman via apt, so just skip all of that part and go to the
subheading entitled "A Few Example Rules". If you need further help, please
let me know.
On 8/22/06, tudza <tudza at tudza.com> wrote:
> Well, we keep getting closer. This is not the full auto one usually
> expects from USB Flash device use, but "pmount sdb1" (in my case) lets
> me read and write to /media/sdb1 no problem.
> That will certainly do until something better comes along.
> > Mandag 21 august 2006 03:56, skrev tudza:
> >> Indeed this is what I expected to happen, but it did not, which is why
> >> was asking about it.
> >> Following advice from another user I was able to mount the device, see
> >> contents, and move them to my hard drive. Unfortuneatly, there are
> >> annoying problems with that. I can not copy content to the device, nor
> >> I give myself permission to do so using sudo, kdesu etc.
> >> What I would like to know then is, how do I get it to work such that I
> >> the device in and see it in Konqueror and/or as an icon on my Kubuntu
> >> desktop? Are there packages that need installing using Adept?
> > [cut]
> > If you, after connecting the device try to run, as your user, without
> > $ pmount-hal sda1
> > Does it mount? Does it return an error message?
> > If that didn't work you can try:
> > $pmount sda1
> > To unmount try:
> > $ pumount sda1
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