Thanks for the very useful thread!
Just an FYI; I'm running Karmic have a apple time capsule and found that I had to use both the Karmic AND the Hardy trouble shooting options in order to fix the problem (per this tread: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...ux/+bug/406466 )
Once again thanks for such a nice tread.
I've noticed since I upgraded to 9.10, that browsing my NAS drive has become very slow. Particularly, when browsing folders that contain images. Is there anything I can do to speed this up?
I currently run 9.10 and my NAS drive is a D-Link DNS-323.
Also, below is the fstab entry.
Code://192.168.0.101/Volume_1 /home/aaron/DNS-323 cifs guest,rw,iocharset=utf8,nounix,gid=1000,uid=1000,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0
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If you're still having problems, there's a discussion earlier in this thread regarding this problem but the resolution was to change from Nautilus to Xubuntu's Thunar.
I've tried adding umounts in all the places suggested in this guide plus a few others (rc6.d, if-down.d).
Any ideas on how I can try and sort this out?
The bug report sums up my experience with the error:
andThe moving/copying of the rc0/6 scripts doesn't seem to work in Karmic RC (using wireless). I just get a hang on shutdown with the message "init: usplash post-start process (2446) terminated with status 1" and never seems to shut down. If I put the scripts back the way they're supposed to be, then I simply get the usual CIFS VFS errors.
Confirmed here too. I've tried all the solutions listed previously to resolve this issue in Karmic and Wireless, but I always experience a hang on shutdown. The only "workaround" (not really) I've found so far is to add the "users" option to my /etc/fstab entry for my cifs share, then manually unmount the volume before shutting down / restarting the laptop.
Hi dmizer, thanks for the reply/help.
In short; yes and yes.
I tried switching to wicd to see if that helped and it didn't. I could try a test with different/no security (temporarily) when I get home.