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Re: libgparted bug.




On Monday 12 February 2018 13:36:43 deloptes wrote:

> Curt wrote:
> > On 2018-02-11, Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> On Sunday 11 February 2018 18:19:00 Brian wrote:
> >>> On Sun 11 Feb 2018 at 17:07:03 -0500, Gene Heskett wrote:
> >>> > On Sunday 11 February 2018 15:31:13 Brian wrote:
> >>> > > linuxcnc is an Xfce based system and that DE does the
> >>> > > automounting. It is not usbmount or
> >>> > > 60-persistent-storage.rules. I'm fairly sure there is a way of
> >>> > > turning it off but haven't examined the situation.
> >>> >
> >>> > And again the system doing the work is NOT the rock64, but this
> >>> > machine here in the house, a 32 bit wheezy install running TDE
> >>> > as the DE.
> >>>
> >>> TDE has support channels. People there are far more likely to be
> >>> familiar with wheezy (unsupported on Debian) and their own
> >>> packages (not in Debian) and any automounting issues.
> >>
> >> Their mailing list turned into a black hole around 9 months back. 
> >> And I'm subscribed.
> >
> > A person on the trinity-users mailing list opined that there is a
> > right-click-on-the-automounted-usb contextual menu in TDE, and deep
> > within that menu somewhere is an option to turn off automounting by
> > unchecking the relevant menu item.
> >
> > I can't vouch for the veracity, or even the pertinence, of this
> > info, but there you go.
> >
> > https://www.spinics.net/lists/trinity-users/msg01436.html
>
> no idea what it refers to. The only option I see is a checkbox for
> "use default mount options". Perhaps it is related to something that I
> don't have here on my PC
>
> I use "system:/media" and then click on USB does mount and open and
> context menu has unmount, open with, safe remove etc
>
> in the properties there is the checkbox I mentioned above
>
> regards

I, based on the previous post, scanned thru the trinity control center, 
and found the automount unchecked, but mount as user is checked. That 
seems like its handy, so I left it checked.

Thanks Deloptes.

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