Re: Unable to mount USB, Not Authorized
I am having the same problem...
I am running a barebones Karmic install.
(installed command line only, then added fluxbox, nautilus --no-desktop, etc)
How do I change this using the command line? I assume I need to edit the /etc/groups file, but I checked and I am already in the "disk and plugdev" groups that seems to have the permissions to do this.
I have mounted the drive manually using the "sudo umount" command, so maybe the problem is tied in with nautilus?
Last edited by GeneralSpecific; December 29th, 2009 at 05:55 PM.
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