[kde-linux] Unmounting USB Key (not root)
james at resolutionit.ca
Tue Sep 27 11:59:42 UTC 2005
On September 27, 2005 11:02 pm, SnapafunFrank wrote:
> I left this alone for a while hoping that someone more knowledgeable
> than I would answer.
> But, strictly as a newbie, I still think that " OWNER="root" " says it
> all ????
Yeah, one would certainly think so. But no, it isn't that simple.
I have changed the permissions manually on both the /dev/RottenKey1 and the
media/JAMES_KEY entry to match what I have set in the 10-udev.rule.
chmod james:usb /dev/RottenKey1
chmod james:usb /media/JAMES_KEY
KERNEL="sd[a-z][0-9]*", NAME="RottenKey%n", OWNER="james", GROUP="usb",
So now WHERE is it getting the idea that the owner is "root" and the group is
No, I suspect that I am trying to GEEK this solution together when I should be
USERING it. This is, after all, a KDE automounting solution. Maybe there is
a configuration switch in a user-friendly menu somewhere?
I dunno. Grrr... it is too user-friendly! And I'm not a user! I'm a
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