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Re: [opensuse] Automount DVD fails
  • From: Icos Lau III <icoslau@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2006 08:53:57 -0200
  • Message-id: <1166352837.6727.13.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Tks for hints Joseph,

but i think the problem is other, see my test.

On SuSE 10.1 the /etc/fstab not contain these lines you tell me, and the
process of automount works pretty good. If i add these lines in 10.2 the
problem is resolved at the time, but how you explain, the umount command
is necessary.

These way is not a best way, but works. Ok, but i remove these lines and
test one thing.

I insert a data CD into DVD drive, nothing has on fstab and 10.2
automount works fine. If i insert a data DVD the automount not work.

In my opinion the problem is not a mount point, but anything on the
filesystem of data DVD and the automount process, but i dont have ideia
where is that problem. The filesystem of data DVD its fine for any
distribuition other than openSUSE 10.2.

Tks for your time, if you can tell me more hints....

In time, the video DVD, like a movie (sorry for my english) is works
pretty fine, only data DVD not automount.

Secco.

Em Sáb, 2006-12-16 às 23:00 -0800, Joseph Loo escreveu:
> Icos Lau III wrote:
> > Hy,
> >
> > I try setup many diferents ways to automount my data DVDs on openSUSE
> > 10.2, but nothing works.
> >
> > The mount from konsole works fine, but the automount only work for cdrom
> > drive.
> >
> > I read many articles for these problem, somebody tell me install ivman,
> > others describe change the udev, but is look fine. In SuSE 10.1, the
> > automount of DVDs works pretty good, but on 10.2 i dont understand the
> > reason for not working.
> >
> > Also, i try change KDE > Desktop Settings > Periphals, but dont work
> > too.
> >
> > If somebody help me...
> >
> > Tks
> >
> I have the same problem that you have. It will not mount a dvd but works
> perfectly with a cdrom. I suspect, that the program that is used to
> create the mount point is failing to create the directory name in
> /media. I have found that his works after some software burning.
>
> Too make a long story short, I have found that the following works:
> 1. determine the device name name of your drive. You can do this by
> inserting a cdrom and execute the following command
> more /proc/mounts
> This will list the /device, generally it will be something like
> /dev/hdc, where it is the second chain of ide, master (slave would be
> /dev/hdd). Make sure you remove your cdrom
> 2. edit your /etc/fstab. Add something like this in it:
> /dev/dvd /mnt/dvd auto user,noauto,ro,exec 0 0
> 3. create a subdirectory , e.g.,
> mkdir -p /mnt/dvd
> 4. insert your dvd
> 5. ls /mnt/dvd This should display your dvd files. It seems the program
> will automatically mount the dvd.
>
> You will need to umount the drive afer using it.
>
>
> --
> Joseph Loo
> jloo@xxxxxxx

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