[xubuntu-users] USB drives automount issue on 12.04

L.M.J linuxmasterjedi at free.fr
Mon Nov 19 17:35:04 UTC 2012

Le Sat, 17 Nov 2012 16:17:23 -0500,
Ric Moore <wayward4now at gmail.com> a écrit :

> >   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 process
> >   went fine.
> >   Problem : after the reboot, xUbuntu doesn't mount automatically my USB Pen
> >   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  
> Before the upgrade you had a device allotted/named for that pen drive. 
> When you upgraded the system added a second device for the pen drive 
> after it noted the original. Same thing occurred to me over a cd drive, 
> where it was /dev/cdrom and after /dev/cdrom1
> For the life of me I do not recall what file I had to edit to rid the 
> reference to /dev/cdrom1 to reset back to /dev/cdrom, but I found it via 
> a bunch of googling. I'm guessing your problem might be similar. But, 
> once I repaired it, I got my notifications back. Ric

 Are you talking about /etc/udev/rules.d/* 

 This problem is really incapacitating :-/

 "May the source be with you my young padawan"

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