> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 10:36:50AM +0100, Uwe Brauer wrote:
> If you give the option `users', any user can mount the FS, and any
> user can umount it.
> There's also the `owner' option, which restricts the rights to mount
> a file system to the user who is the owner of the underlying device
> file. Unless a daemon does its proper work (which seems to not be
> the case here), you had to involve some other means to set the owner
> as desired... one example is udev (nice introduction can be found at
> http://reactivated.net/writing_udev_rules.html), but this is indeed
> a bit lower level than a desktop environment.
Thanks. But I have to repeat: the automount daemon always worked on
Trinity, since I started to use it.
This time (for Kubuntu 13.05) it works for KDE4 (so the USB
drive and the PC are not the problem), but *not* for trinity.
So it must be a trinity bug, but I have no idea how to debug it.
I hoped and still do that the maintainer(s) could provide me with some
advice how to locate this error.
- smime.p7s (application/pkcs7-signature, 7.4kb)