[xubuntu-users] USB drives automount issue on 12.04
jmoey139 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 23:18:44 UTC 2012
One way to disable auto mount for certain partitions would be to set a
hidden flag, you can do this on gparted under manage flags.
On Nov 17, 2012 11:08 PM, "Dave Hills" <dave.hills.2009 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 17 November 2012 08:02, L.M.J <linuxmasterjedi at free.fr> wrote:
>> The past weeks, I haven't updated my system. Yesterday, I decided to do a
>> major "update" and then reboot like the system asked me. The whole
>> went fine.
>> Problem : after the reboot, xUbuntu doesn't mount automatically my USB
>> anymore. Here is a couple of answer you should need if you could help me
>> out :
>> - Can I mount it by myself with "sudo mount /dev/sdb1 .." : Yes
>> - Does the USB pens works on other computers ? Yes, on Linux or Windows.
>> - Have you try other USB devices : Yes, same problem with other USB Pen,
>> Digital camera USB connection...
>> - Did you check Settings > File Manager > Advanced > Volume managed
>> checked :
>> - And Settings > Removable Drives & Media > 3 lines "Mount removable
>> ..." :
>> - lsusb output :
>> $ lsusb
>> Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
>> Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
>> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0951:1603 Kingston Technology DataTraveler
>> Pen Drive
>> - /var/log/syslog when I plug my USB pen : http://pastebin.ca/2252349
>> - Fdisk -l output : http://pastebin.ca/2252350
>> - Is gvfs running : Yes : http://pastebin.ca/2252351
>> - Any free space problem : Not at all.
>> - OS version : xUbuntu 12.04.1 LTS, 3.2.0-33-generic x86_64
>> - Software versions : http://pastebin.ca/2252352
>> Any help is welcome to fix this issue (and don't tell me I could mount
>> it by
>> hand, I'm lazy ;)
>> Thanks !
>> "May the source be with you my young padawan"
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> I know this doesn't help but I've done a clean install of Xubuntu 12.10
> and I have the reverse problem. I can not turn AutoMount off. This is a
> slight annoyance as I have many hard disk partitions and I don't want them
> mounted by default. I also had a failed install on my Laptop using a live
> Xubuntu CD, for the "do some thing else option", when I wanted to do manual
> partitioning the main extended partition kept re-mounting defeating Gparted.
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