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  1. Info on how to configure udisks2 to mount partitions?

    Does anyone know how udisks2 manages partitions? The recent upgrade from udisks to udisks2, and the subsequent change in mount points from /media to /media/$USER, ended up causing too many problems...
  2. [kde] Manually group tabs in task manager?

    Didn't KDE offered a way to manually group and ungroup task manager tabs? A while ago I used to use that feature quite a lot, but now that I tried to use it again (KDE 4.11.0) it appears that that...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    I expect the mount process not to be faith-based.

    But it starts to appear unlikely that it isn't, because the partition was being mounted without any fstab entry, and apparently, from the answers...
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    Re: Problem with Thunderbird on KDE

    It appears I've solved this problem. I had a custom window rule in KDE for Thunderbird, which forced any Thunderbird window to be included in any KDE activity currently opened.

    Unbeknownst to...
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    Problem with Thunderbird on KDE

    After a recent system update, KDE ceased to be able to display Thunderbird's window. Whenever I run thunderbird on KDE, the app appears to run well (it even checks out emails and addons such as...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    Update:

    After a recent update (sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade), the partition which was being mysteriously mounted on /media/DATA is now being mounted instead on /media/$USER/DATA,...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    I don't believe I am. I've looked for /etc/auto.master and there is no such file in my file system.
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    Re: Best way to set a file sharing server?

    Sounds good. Do you recommend any tutorial on the subject?
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    Re: Best way to set a file sharing server?

    In this particular workgroup, unfortunately linux is the exception rather than the norm.

    How hard is it to get Samba up and running, particularly with regards to a SFTP installation?




    Time...
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    Re: Best way to set a file sharing server?

    I'm not familiar with Samba. What advantages does it have over SFTP?




    Sounds good. Is there any tutorial on how to set a SFTP server on an Ubuntu installation?
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    [all variants] Re: Upstart script for svnserve?

    Does anyone ever set a svnserve server with Ubuntu?
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    Does anyone care to take a stab at this issue?
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    Best way to set a file sharing server?

    I'm looking for a way to let some users within a LAN to share files among themselves through a centralized repository.

    Currently, we've been using Dropbox for this purpose, but the storage space...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    Besides adding entries to fstab, is there any other way Ubuntu and/or Unity can be configured to automatically mount drives?
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    I've looked at /etc/fstab and there is no "host" string in it.
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    [all variants] Upstart script for svnserve?

    Does anyone happen to know what's the best way to use Upstart to get svnserve up and running?

    I've managed to write the following script:


    # svnserve - subversion server

    description ...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    To be more precise, only one partition is actually a windows partition. The other is a separate hard drive which happens to be formatted with a NTFS file system.
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    This doesn't appear to be true. My /etc/fstab only mounts two partitions: / and swap. No windows partition is mentioned in /etc/fstab

    Meanwhile, two different windows partitions are listed on...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    In the event this information is useful to anyone, here's the mtab entry for the partition which is being automatically mounted.



    /dev/sdb1 /media/DATA fuseblk...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    You've misread the question. It wasn't about whether it was possible to use fstab to mount a partition. The question, which was presented from the start of this thread, was how to add this...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    I believe it's Ubuntu with the KDE desktop installed afterwards.



    The desktop environment for me is a non-issue. If it isn't possible to configure how Ubuntu automatically mounts drives...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    Thanks for the links. Nevertheless, my main concern isn't about how to set fstab, but about what steps should be taken to avoid any possible clash between how those partitions are currently being...
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    [all variants] Re: Mount partitions via fstab?

    Sorry for the delay. This last week has been a bit hectic.

    The "System Settings" path is: "System settings" -> "Removable devices".


    Update: I've just noticed that unsetting the option to...
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    [all variants] Mount partitions via fstab?

    I have a Ubuntu 12.10 install, and I've noticed that it mounts a partition at startup which is listed on /etc/mtab and has no entry in /etc/fstab. After a bit of digging, I've noticed that System...
  25. [all variants] Re: Problem running from menu app that requires LD_LIBRARY_PATH

    Thanks for the help. I've followed your suggestion and, although it's a bit hack-ish, it works. Basically, I've did both: created a small script that includes the export LD_LIBRARY_PATH and added a...
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