Auto mounting in Ubuntu 12.10
phb at hbsys.plus.com
Thu Nov 22 16:56:00 UTC 2012
On 22/11/12 15:04, Steve Flynn wrote:
> On 22 November 2012 14:53, Peter Hillier-Brook <phb at hbsys.plus.com>
>> Hello All,
>> Since upgrading Ubuntu to 12.10 I no longer have access to USB
>> *AND* internal disks that were auto mounted in earlier releases.
>> This problem only occurs with Unity-based systems: Kubuntu works
>> fine, as does Lubuntu. Obviously I can mount them as root, but the
>> tedium of finding the appropriate UUID is less than desirable.
> Stop the automount service
> sudo service autofs stop
> Start it in the forground in verbose mode
> sudo automount -f -v
> Post the output if it's not obvious what the problem is.
> -- Steve
Thanks for the swift response, Steve. There is no such script (nor any
obvious alternative) in either /etc/init, or /etc/init.d so I'm still
snookered. Equally confusing, there is no such script on a working
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