How do you shut off the automounting in KDE?
SPancoast at nw3c.org
Tue Feb 24 17:43:41 GMT 2009
I checked on what you said was happening.
You are wrong. The file systems ARE being mounted.
Here is what I did.
Plugged in a usb drive (with 4 partitions, and various file
Then at a console, I had a program hash the files in the file system. I
got hash values for all of the files in the system.
So, again... does anyone know how to shut off the automount of plugged
in devices in KDE 4.2?
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Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2009 21:35:53 +0200
From: Nikos Chantziaras <realnc at arcor.de>
Subject: Re: [kde] How do you shut off the automounting in KDE?
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Scott Pancoast wrote:
> How do you shut off knotify? Or change it's mounting parameters to
> When I plug a thumb drive into my system, Knotify pops up and lets me
> know that the drive is now mounted and accessible. A really neat
> feature. But right now I have the need to shut this feature off or at
> least change the mounting parameters.
It is not mounted ;) It only gets mounted of you actually open it in
As for mount options, there's no way yet to specify any. But since, as
I mentioned above, it's not mounted at all, there's no problem.
> I would like to shut off the service. One idea that comes to mind is
> uninstall the program. Anyone have a better idea?
If you put an fstab entry for it, I think HAL will stop detecting it,
not sure. Oh, did I mention that it actually doesn't get mounted until
you open it in Dolphin? ;)
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