You need to run YOU and update hotplug to the .22 version. That will add teh HOTPLUG_USE_SUBFS entry.
Having said that, that version broke a couple of devices for me so I went back to the DVD version. Use with care :-)
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 16:20:23 -0800, Matthew Dunaway email@example.com wrote:
John Lamb wrote:
Matthew Dunaway wrote:
I followed your suggestion to the letter and no luck. In fact, when I tried to transfer an mp3, KDE crashed. Not just once, but 3 times! On the 3rd crash, I had to hit ctrl-alt-backspace to get everything to close. Of course, I had to re-log in as a result.
Any ideas as to what went wrong?
I guess the MuVo 64Mb really is different in some way to the MuVo 128Mb.
Did you try disabling submount. You should can do this in the YaST->System->/etc/sysconfig Editor under Hardware->hotplug->HOTPLUG_USE_SUBFS setting it to no. Then you'll need a line in /etc/fstab /dev/sda1 /media/muvo auto noauto,user,exec,sync 0 0 (comment out with a # the old line)
You ought then to can mount the MuVo in the older method: at worst start a konsole and do $ mount /media/muvo You can probably still get a desktop item to do this.
It's a pity SuSE didn't make submount a bit more optional in 9.1.
Well, I went toYAST->System->/etc/sysconfig Editor under Hardware->hotplug, and there is no entry called HOTPLUG_USE_SUBFS.
Now what can I do?
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