unmount usb mounted device
kde at fahrendorf.de
Tue Jun 27 19:45:27 BST 2006
Am Montag, 26. Juni 2006 08:06 schrieb Martin (KDE):
> 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?
another rply to myself:
I did an update to the eject program and now the eject to my ipod is
working again (the ipod icon on my desktop is vanishing) and the "do
not disconnect" messate at my ipod is leaving. This works only as
for users this does not work. With current hal there is no entry in
the fstab, so normal users are not allowed to exit those partitions.
Are there other solutions than changeing the kdeeject script (add
sudo to the eject call).
> 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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