Old banshee bug + new, freshly annoying bug = no more ipods, flash drives,.....
This is extremely irritating, and a really big distraction from my physics homework. All I want to do is work on my homework and listen to tunes.
why must the simplest things be so difficult?
PS: Sorry guys, just venting.
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Same problem here, none of the suggestions have worked unfortunately. It happened since I used an external cdrom, which still shows on the list of drives even though no longer mounted - not sure how to get rid of it from the list, or if that is even the cause? Any suggestions?
Last edited by RJARRRPCGP; April 10th, 2010 at 01:51 AM.
Many folks in this thread report that have dumped GDM and since then they experience the problem. In this case, make sure ck-launch-session somehow runs like this thread suggests.
UPDATE: It seems that there is a bug that prevents the disks to automatically mount. For more information see Bug #483130.
Last edited by 666f6f; April 20th, 2010 at 01:46 AM.
I don't follow the above solution.
I tried unbootin, which directed me to reformat to fat 32
I wasn't able to run unbootin, but was able to run the usb creator successfully
I wrote it so I own it...
Last edited by Garthhh; April 21st, 2010 at 05:52 PM.
It's Nice How Free From the Restraints of Reality you are...
All of the sudden I'm getting a "Not Autorized" error when I try to mount any file system. The above mentioned fixes didn't work
Edit: Maybe it's a problem with the latest kernel. I switched to the earlier version, and it's working fine.
Last edited by rg_stephens; May 11th, 2010 at 07:29 PM.
This is a big, ol' kettle of stupid IMO.
Have installed ntfs-config package and was able to mount everything without any worning.