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    Ubuntu Minimal Troubles

    What use for automounting disks partitions?
    udisks-glue installed, but not works. I not see automount parts.
    And what program use Kubuntu?

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    Re: Ubuntu Minimal Troubles


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    Re: Ubuntu Minimal Troubles

    Pysdm is also a nice tool to do this, with a GUI. Install it from the repositories:
    sudo apt-get install pysdm

    Then type in a terminal : gksudo pysdm.

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    Re: Ubuntu Minimal Troubles

    I will load the operating system, and I want to see any and all my devices with information mounted.
    All devices and disks and partitions with any fs (ext,fat,ntfs...) must automatically configurate and automatically mount.
    I just turn on the computer and want see all my devices in file manager.



    And also, if I connect "in hot" device to my computer, it should automatically be configurate and mounted and I should see it in file manager.

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    Re: Ubuntu Minimal Troubles

    Quote Originally Posted by GameX2 View Post
    Pysdm is also a nice tool to do this, with a GUI. Install it from the repositories:
    sudo apt-get install pysdm

    Then type in a terminal : gksudo pysdm.
    Pysdm seems to have been dropped from the repositories; wonder whats up with that?

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/pysdm

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    Re: Ubuntu Minimal Troubles

    Where Mark?
    Mark, your Ubuntu Minimal is bad, where program for automount all devices and partitions?

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    Re: Ubuntu Minimal Troubles

    Ubuntu Minimal is command line only; what are you trying to do? Ubuntu Minimal is bad? This is a meaningless statement. I think we have a communications barrier going on here. How about explaining whats wrong in your native language.

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