Thanks There was change for 12.10 where the mount point for automount devices is now in /media/username. What are those "sticks" on Jyn Erso's back? Previously the mount point was in /media. Thanks ________________________________ De : Sebastian Heutling
Changed in udisks2 (Ubuntu): status: In Progress → Fix Committed Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote on 2012-11-23: #83 Quantal SRU uploaded, needs SRU review now. The window that appears has a sidebar on the left with the top labeled "Devices", the first is Data (which looks like a Windows recovery partition), the second "OS_INSTALL" (which is But my iPod Touch is connecting fine. You might need to open > port 22 in your router or so. > > But Jerre gave me ssh access, so I can start on his box. > > Thanks!
Solution, open a terminal and sudo mkdir /media/ubuntu I've just done it and I could then mount the drives. actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said on 2013-02-01: #4 If you need to access the data, why not use your backups? actionparsnip: I will try your suggestion. Does ext4 have ACLs enabled by default?
I've used a live USB and a SD card to trigger the error. I first reported the problem using an ext2 filesystem as persistent storage on a Live USB installation. I looked for Startup Disk Creator, but it seems to work only through Ubuntu itself. Jan Claeys (janc) wrote on 2012-11-12: #50 So I did have a look at the source of udisks2 (this is in 'udiskslinuxfilesystem.c') and the reason for why this happens as it
Now, if '/media/$USER' does exist, Udisks does not check or try to set the ACL, so then you get no error. I'm using Ubuntu set up on the stick by Universal USB Installer. Just let me know what other info you need. The time now is 05:33. © 2015 SUSE, All Rights Reserved.
Thanks for the responses, I wait for an update to restore the normal disk mount and anything else that is broken. No wonder I could only run the try out. Try making the directory and see if the automount now works: sudo mkdir /media/ubuntu If that doesn't work, try mounting manually: sudo mount /dev/sdc1 /mnt ...assuming the device you are trying If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ.
Your feedback will aid us getting this update out to other Ubuntu users. Thanks in advance guys JDL Adv Reply November 5th, 2012 #2 darkod View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Staff Emeritus Join Date Nov 2009 Location Mataro, Spain Beans 13,152 [email protected]:~$ I also tried it using just "sda" as the argument. Perhaps I can download a daily build and test from there?
A manual mount works but not an auto mount. weblink g. "pitti"), and copy the contents of https://launchpad.net/~pitti/+sshkeys into /home/pitti/.ssh/authorized_keys, then I will be able to log in. When I try to open it from the home folder it gives me Unable to mount 3.5 volume Adding read ACL for uid 999 to media/ubuntu failed: Operation not supported message. Peter Sylvester (peter-sylvester) wrote on 2012-10-18: #31 requested trace Edit (480.4 KiB, text/plain) trying to mount an external disk partition in nautilus Peter Sylvester (peter-sylvester) wrote on 2012-10-18: #32 requested log
It would be great if I could install more on the local Hard drive partitions. I Created a persistent USB with Lili (http://www.linuxliveusb.com/) and I was unable to mount any of my drives (all indicated "Adding read ACL for uid 999 to `/media/ubuntu' failed: Operation not So now I don't know what to think.
Would the 9.04 installer have set that option? https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1048059 Title: Unable to mount To manage notifications about this bug go to: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1048059/+subscriptions -- ubuntu-bugs mailing list [email protected] https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-bugs Next Message by Thread: [Bug 1039685] Re: gettext: msgfmt output format I was able to install some apps in the USB drive but it ran out of space quickly. You can add acl support in your mount options in /etc/fstab, if you are using ext3 on your root filesystem : /dev/xxxx / ext3 acl,errors=remount-ro 0 1 Someone has made a
The only thing left is: What are the correct rights to set for /media/ and /media/
Tomdkat (tomdkat) wrote on 2012-11-18: #55 I just ran into this problem trying to mount a SD card. I remember when trying release 10 I was able to access my local hard drives. Try http://whatismyipaddress.com/ > > Oddly enough, for some reason my /media/$user folder disappeared and I > had to apply the fix again. > > I'm only having problems with this Gateway Once testing of the upstream kernel is complete, please mark this bug as "Confirmed".
Would a society of simultaneous hermaphrodites have gender roles? affects: udisks (Ubuntu) → udisks2 (Ubuntu) Changed in udisks2 (Ubuntu): status: Confirmed → Incomplete Dimitri John Ledkov (xnox) wrote on 2012-10-11: #23 I thought the auto mounting was disabled in the Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote on 2012-11-19: #57 Ubuntu kernels do enable ACLs by default for ext2 and ext3 as well. Reply With Quote 26-Oct-2016,14:16 #2 oldcpu View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Global Moderator Join Date Mar 2008 Location Europe Posts 26,861 Re: Mounting USB
U R Done. Thank you so much for the clear explanation. Please help us by testing this new package. The only thing left is: What are the correct rights to set for /media/ and /media/
Changed in udisks2 (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed Paulo Rafael (paulojc-rafael) wrote on 2012-10-22: #35 Hi there. until you get the error message) and then attach /tmp/udisks.log and /tmp/udisks.trace here?