>> "James" == James Downing <freelsjd@...> writes:
> under general tab, click on "show icons on desktop". I usually have this
> disabled myself, because I dislike icons on the desktop. However, for the
> case of removable media like usb drives, it makes sense to enable them
> device icons
> enable the "show device icons" if it is currently disabled
> enable "mounted removable medium" if it is currently disabled.
> I imagine you can toggle anything from this point up, and then hit "apply",
> then toggle back and hit "apply" and it should work.
> I also disabled essentially everything except the "mounted removable medium"
Htanks, I understand now, but this is to display a medium, which is
I did what you suggested, indeed the icon for the mounted usb flash
disappears. However the command
still shows me that the device is mounted!
My problem is that under trinity is device is *not* mounted
Does not return that it is mounted.
However when I log out log in in KDE 4 and replug the USB in, it will be
So it seems to me that some daemon is not starting.
Just in case could somebody provide me what this automount really does.
Because if I mount it manually (VFAT format)
sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /media/USB
It is mounted as root and is not writable by the common (non root) user.
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