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Re: Umont ownership?

On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 11:20 AM, Camaleón <noelamac@gmail.com> wrote:
> Try to login with another user and see what happens.
will try later today.

> Some tips:
> - There are some USB devices out there (mainly iPod, mp4 players and
> mobile phones) that indeed do not work with just the "umounting" action.
> They need to be first "ejected" and then "umounted". It just happened to
> me this weekeknd whan I plugged my mobile phone in usb storage mode. I
> umounted the device but the warning messages was presented to me. I just
> ignored it...

all the devices being unmounted had no issues prior to the swapping of
the OS drive. only items ever plugged in are simple harddrives in
external enclosures.

> - On standard hard drives this should not happen. Try to debug "umount -
> v /mnt/device" using the console. Also, check "dmesg" for additional
> information.
> - "lsof" lists the opened files, you could also check that...

i will try both of those. thanks

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