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On Tuesday, 2009-01-13 at 08:17 -0800, Randall R Schulz wrote:
Maybe I should go back to my original question:
On Monday January 12 2009, Randall R Schulz wrote:
So what are the relevant subsystems, commands and
I need to learn about to get manual mounting for select external
drives and partitions?
Or, to rephrase it a bit, what do I have to learn about to understand
how automounting is controlled and configured in openSUSE 11.1.
It is controlled by the desktop. Hal and udev detects the new device, give
it a device node, and report to the desktop (don't ask me how, I don't
(there is a thing called "dbus" which I think is involved in the
To prove if I'm correct or not, we could log out of the desktop, login
text mode only, and plug a usb disk. If it is mounted, it is not the
I think that, if the device is listed in fstab as "noauto" there is the
convention not to mount it automatically.
damm, no... I tried one and it appeared.
Ah, yes, it works. The thing is that the device that previously appeared
I changed the line in fstab, re-plugged the device, and gnome ignored it,
was not mounted automatically.
Carlos E. R.
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