Re: [kde-linux] How to silence the device notifier in a multi seat environment
- Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2015 14:23:31 +0000 (UTC)
- From: Juan Ignacio Saitua <jisaitua@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde-linux] How to silence the device notifier in a multi seat environment
On Wednesday, November 11, 2015 10:53 PM, Duncan wrote:
> First thing, please don't post in HTML to mailing lists.
I am sorry about that, and I apologize for not having been more cautious with
this #$#! webmail client.
> I actually prefer the manual way, entering the mount command in konsole
> or the like. That way I know it's not mounted until I mount it, and when
> it's mounted, I know the options its mounted with and that they include
> nodev,noexec,user(s), etc, if appropriate, and that they don't, if not.
> What I'd do here if necessary for less technically literate users (or
> those without the perms ordinarily necessary to do the mount) would be to
> setup a script with exactly the options I wanted, put an icon for it on
> the desktop or in the menu, and tell them to click it to access their
> device if they want to. I might even get fancy and use kdialog or the
> like to script a popup dialog telling them they can now use it, and that
> they can close the dialog window when they are done using it, as that
> will automatically kill anything still using it and unmount the device.
> The script would have the appropriate sudo mount command if necessary,
> and that specific mount command would be allowed for them in /etc/sudoers,
> so no dbus or polkit necessary.
I used udevil at some point, and it kinda works as the script you described,
but the only thing I was missing was some way to trigger that "usb insertion
device" event in the kde device notifier so to have a "pure" kde experience.
Maybe I should keep looking for dbus/kde and how to trigger that event.
Juan Ignacio Saitua.
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