Re: automounting usb-storage 2
On Wed, Oct 04, 2006 at 21:37:23 +0200, Bernd Kloss wrote:
> I read the thread contributed by Florian e.al..
> I have the same/similar problem (etch/KDE3.5.4)
> Plugging in USB-device the automounter pops up with tree options:
> open in new window
> play with kaffeine
> do nothing
> Choosing new window I get an empty window /system/media/sda1 and the konqueror-Message:
> A security policy in place prevents this sender from sending this message
> to this recipient, see message bus configuration file
> (rejected message had interface "org.freedesktop.Hal.Device.Volume"
> member "mount" error name "(unset)" destination "org.freedesktop.Hal")
> dpkg -l udev\* hal\* dbus\* pmount ==>
> ii dbus 0.92-2 simple interprocess messaging system
> un dbus-1 <none> (no description)
> ii dbus-1-utils 0.92-2 simple interprocess messaging system (utilities)
> un dbus-qt-1 <none> (no description)
> un dbus-qt-1c2 <none> (no description)
> ii hal 0.5.7.1-2 Hardware Abstraction Layer
> un hal-device-manager <none> (no description)
> ii pmount 0.9.13-1+b1 mount removable devices as normal user
> ii udev 0.100-1 /dev/ and hotplug management daemon
> What can I do to let every user read its USB-stick?
The version of hal currently in Etch misses an entry for the plugdev
group in /etc/dbus-1/system.d/hal.conf. This has been corrected in hal
See bug report #377689 for details and a way to fix the problem, or use
the file that John Schmidt attached to his message in this thread.