HALd configuration

James Lockie bjlockie at lockie.ca
Sun Jan 7 17:24:27 PST 2007

John Tapsell wrote:
> Remove all entries for it from /etc/fstab, then run pmount /dev/sdc1
> (or whatever)  then pumount  and post the results.
I don't have pmount installed.
I also don't have /etc/fstab entries because I want it to be automatic.
> On 02/01/07, James Lockie <bjlockie at lockie.ca> wrote:
>> I have a Seagate ST380817 (80 GB SATA) in an external Mediasonic HD2-SU2
>> (USB hard drive enclosure).
>> It works in Linux but I can't unmount it as a user.
>> KDE/HAL mounts it as root.
>> A hack solution is to add an /etc/fstab entry.
>> I'd rather fix the HAL configuration to let users unmount it.
>> My USB memory key mounts and unmounts fine as a user.
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