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    Mount Manager

    I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 desktop and have a bunch or network drives (windows file sharing and samba) that I would like to mount / unmount and automount.

    After checking the forum, the majority of users recommend Mount Manager for this task... I think it as a nice GUI.

    After installing mountmanager from repositories, I saw that it created an icon in System»Administration.


    When i try to run it from GUI, nothing happens.

    If I try to run it from terminal I'm getting this error:
    @Gamer-Ub:~$ mountmanager
    4 records in /etc/fstab were detected.
    [G] DBus interface was created
    [G] All devices were recieved
    [I] Storage device was detected: "/dev/sda2"
    [I] Storage device was detected: "/dev/sda1"
    [I] Storage device was detected: "/dev/sda6"
    [I] Storage device was detected: "/dev/sda5"
    [I] Storage device was detected: "/dev/sr0"
    [I] Storage device was detected: "/dev/sda"
    [G] Parsing of "/usr/share/mountmanager/options/common.xml" was successful
    [G] Parsing of "/usr/share/mountmanager/options/iso9660.xml" was successful
    [G] Parsing of "/usr/share/mountmanager/options/udf.xml" was successful
    [G] Parsing of "/usr/share/mountmanager/options/ext3.xml" was successful
    [G] Parsing of "/usr/share/mountmanager/options/ntfs-3g.xml" was successful
    Segmentation fault



    Here is mt fstab file

    # /etc/fstab: static file system information.
    #
    # Use 'vol_id --uuid' to print the universally unique identifier for a
    # device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices
    # that works even if disks are added and removed. See fstab(5).
    #
    # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>
    proc /proc proc defaults 0 0
    # / was on /dev/sda5 during installation
    UUID=f049e45d-51a9-44c3-ab3e-45b5205bdc51 / ext3 relatime,erro$
    # swap was on /dev/sda6 during installation
    UUID=caf81dd0-14ee-477b-b854-e4cd3e5fffdf none swap sw $
    /dev/fd0 /media/floppy0 auto rw,user,noauto,exec,utf8 0 0

    Is there any way of fixing this? or maybe a better software with GUI to mout/unmout and automount startup?

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    Re: Mount Manager

    ***** bump 1 / 3 *****

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    Re: Mount Manager

    Was checking their website, ubuntu forum and google. It seems to have a bug when installed in ubuntu 9.04. Don't even know why it's available in repositories if it does not work.



    Can anyone recommend a mount soft with GUI /mout/unmout/automount at startup that might also be used in network drives/shares/partions?

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    Re: Mount Manager

    I now it's old topic, but this problem is still exist.
    If you have package in repository "mountmanager_0.2.6-0ubuntu2"
    you shuld download "ubuntu3" version DEB package from this(64bit) or this(32bit) location. This packages was build for Intrepid.

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    Re: Mount Manager

    Quote Originally Posted by tomick View Post
    I now it's old topic, but this problem is still exist.
    If you have package in repository "mountmanager_0.2.6-0ubuntu2"
    you shuld download "ubuntu3" version DEB package from this(64bit) or this(32bit) location. This packages was build for Intrepid.
    Thanks tomick, that worked great!

    I used Add/Remove to get rid of the old mountmanager that I installed from the repositories, and used the link you gave me to install the new one.

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    Re: Mount Manager

    Quote Originally Posted by tomick View Post
    I now it's old topic, but this problem is still exist.
    If you have package in repository "mountmanager_0.2.6-0ubuntu2"
    you shuld download "ubuntu3" version DEB package from this(64bit) or this(32bit) location. This packages was build for Intrepid.
    Verified -- this works. This version of Mountmanager even corrected the errors that pysdm had created!

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