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Month: June 2018

Re: Re: [trinity-users] <off topic> Disabling USB hard drive auto mount

From: Kate Draven <borglabs4@...>
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2018 23:51:29 -0400
> On 06/12/2018 07:54 PM, Jimmy Johnson wrote:
> > On 06/12/2018 06:09 PM, Kate Draven wrote:
> >> help because it's rarely the same drive twice. This becomes a problem
> >> when/because I'm working on client drive data recovery.
> >>
> >> I appreciate the help though,
> >>
> >> Thank you Jimmy
> >>
> >> Kate
> Kate I made my living working in the field or at a bench doing 
> computer/network related repairs or installs, I took a laptop with me in 
> the field that ran 'Puppy Linux', small and fast with all the tools a 
> tech needs on a little live .iso. This was before systemd, but Puppy is 
> still without systemd.
> Cheers,
> -- 
> Jimmy Johnson
> Devuan Jessie - KDE 4.14.2 - AMD A8-7600 - EXT4 at sda5
> Registered Linux User #380263
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
HI Jimmy

Aye, I've used puppylinux, slackware, RH, Mandrake, DSL, gentoo and a few 
others. But it's KDE's (now TDE) power that keeps me to distros that run it.

Honestly if TDE were on slackware, that's where I'd go.
Me next choice would be Debian were it not for systemD, I don't trust it (gut 
feeling). Then any RPM distro like pclos. 

The only problem I'm having with pclos is this automount thing. I have been 
able to confirm it's udisks2 that's automounting the drives. No matter what 
setting I use.

With all that being said. I truly appreciate all the input (INPUT! points to 
anyone who can name the film). Keep it coming.