[kde-freebsd] Re: Problems with automounting USB stick

Christian Gusenbauer c47g at gmx.at
Mon Feb 21 16:49:39 CET 2011

Hi Alberto!

On Monday 21 February 2011 12:10:45 Alberto Villa wrote:
> On Sunday 20 February 2011 10:01:05 Christian Gusenbauer wrote:
> > It's funny, because HAL thinks that it's a 'mount-fixed' device and not
> > a
> > 'mount-removeable' one (which HAL reports at the very first time).
> just as a starting point, can you attach/pastebin the output of lshal
> when you insert the stick the first time and the second one (or a diff -u
> between the files)?

I'll attach the gzip'd diff.

> and can you try the following?
> 1. start the system
> 2. insert the stick, attach and detach it correctly
> 3. insert it again, try to mount it and get the error. detach it
> 4. restart hal (/usr/local/etc/rc.d/hald restart)
> 5. go to step 2 and see if 2 and 3 behave like they did before

Did that. The first time after restarting automounting of the stick works. The 
second time I get the same error again.

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