unmount usb mounted device
john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Mon Jun 26 10:10:04 BST 2006
On suse 10 there is never any need to unmount autodetected items like a usb
stick. Just pull it out and everything looks after it self. Same with cd's
and dvd's too. Much better than what preceded it. On suse a konq window pops
up on insertion.
On Monday 26 June 2006 07:06, Martin (KDE) wrote:
> I have discovered a realy strange thing this weekend. If I plug in a usb
> stick, a usb-stick symbol pops up at my desktop. With the latest
> dbus/hal stuff there is no entry in the fstab (that is ok afaik). I can
> mount this usb device with no problem.
> If I want to unmount this device I get no error message. There is
> something going on (the cpu load is high for about three seconds) but
> nothing happens. The usb devise keep being mounted. I have to login as
> root to unmount the device.
> With the older hal versions there was a tool to update the fstab
> (fstab-sync), but this tool is remove in current versions. Am I missing
> something fundamental?
> KDE 3.5.3 (from cvs from last friday)
> hal 0.5.7
> dbus 0.62
> udev 0.94
> Kernel 220.127.116.11
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