Re: Automounting USB drive on GNOME stopped working...
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Bob Proulx escreveu:
> Cassiano Bertol Leal wrote:
>> Ron Johnson escreveu:
>>> Have you run "tail -n40 -f /var/log/syslog" while plugging in the pen
>>> drives? Or is that what you mean by "it will load the drivers and
>>> assign a /dev/sd* node"?
>> I will have a look at syslog when I get back home. I have monitored
>> /var/log/messages and that's where I watched the pendrive and the MP3
>> being recognized and and the /dev/sd* being assigned to them.
> /var/log/messages is a subset of /var/log/syslog suitable for people
> who are used to other systems but syslog is the superset of all log
> files. I would get used to looking in /var/log/syslog and forget
> about /var/log/messages. But in this case you probably saw all of the
> same messages that are logged to syslog.
> The configuration is that *.* matches everything and everything goes
> into /var/log/syslog. *.=info;*.=notice;*.=warn; auth,authpriv.none;
> cron,daemon.none; mail,news.none matches somewhat less and goes into
This is great. I actually knew about it, but had forgotten. I once had
to fiddle around with where the loggings would go to, because I was
suffering from little disk space in a server with too much logging.
>> Also, there's the fact that a simple 'pmount /dev/sda1' (for example) or
>> a 'mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /media/whatever' will mount the drives with
>> no problems whatsoever.
> I am imagining that you have told Gnome to ignore the USB drive. This
> could be checked pretty easily by creating a test user such as test1
> or guest or some such and then logging in as that new user. If it
> works for the pristine user's environment then you know that the
> configuration issue is specific to gnome and specific to your
> $HOME/.gnome*something files.
This is a good test. I will try it when I get back home.
Also, would gnome-mount be a requirement for the kind of behaviour I am
expecting? I didn't have the chance to check if I do have it installed,
but it seems that it's not a dependency of gnome-volume-manager, so I
might not have it.
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