USB automount on Dapper

Silent Ph03nix silentph03nix at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 04:58:17 UTC 2006


On Tuesday 28 November 2006 22:39, Silent Ph03nix wrote:
> On Saturday 15 July 2006 08:38, Sam Przyswa wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > After upgrade to Dapper my USB storages doesn't mount anymore, how to
> > fix it ?
>
> Has this been resolved?  I'm running KDE 3.5.5 on Ubuntu Dapper (i.e.
> original dapper install loaded kubuntu-desktop with aptitude.)  This was
> working fine for the longest time.  It even seemed there for a while that
> my naming of my usb partitions started working correctly.  I tested today
> and my USB HD mounts correctly under GNOME, doesn't mount at all under KDE.
>  It sees the partitions as it pops up windows asking me what I want to do
> with them, but when I click open in new window.....nothing.  If I drop to a
> command prompt and look at /media, the two partition names are not there
> and are not mounted.  These are NOT listed in my /etc/fstab as this is a
> 120GB USB HD.  I need this to work in KDE again.  If someone would tell me
> what package to file a bug against, I would file a launchpad bug or add to
> an existing one.
>
> Thanks,

Just as addendum to this, I tested with pmount from the command line and it 
mounts the partition as expected both with sudo and without.  
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