Re: [Utopia] Not sure if this is the correct mailing list or not - HAL and G-V-M
- From: Jeffrey Stedfast <fejj novell com>
- To: Steev <steev steev net>
- Cc: utopia-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Utopia] Not sure if this is the correct mailing list or not - HAL and G-V-M
- Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 13:12:25 -0400
On Mon, 2005-07-25 at 10:43 -0500, Steev wrote:
> Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
> > you needed to ./configure --with-mount-command="/usr/bin/pmount-hal %h"
> > --with-unmount-command="/usr/bin/pumount %d"
> > Jeff
> I have also tried with this - I have tried patching the configure script
> so that the mount command is passed %h, I have also attempted to pass
> "%h -e" which is what Ubuntu passes with gnome-volume-manager 1.2.0
you completely lost me here... in what way does configure need to be
"fixed"? it sounds like you're doing something wrong.
> No matter what though, even after a reboot, when I start up Gnome, if
> the USB Hard drive is plugged in already, I get the No device for
> udi:.... error. Unplugging it and plugging it back in *does work* now
> that I pass %h, but I would really like to figure out why it isn't
> mounting automatically at Gnome startup. Any ideas?
if you get the error: "mount_all: no device for udi=%s: %s", then it
libhal_device_get_property_string (ctx, udi, "block.device", &error)
is failing... why? I do not know... as the error string is not being
properly set by HAL apparently.
Error: UDI '/dev/sda1' does not exist
that's an error from something other than g-v-m, so no idea what tht is
coming from... perhaps pmount-hal?
Evolution Hacker - Novell, Inc.
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