Udisks is a service that automatically mounts media when it is connected to the computer. The udisks daemon queries devices via the standard d-bus interface present in all freedesktop.org Desktop Environments. Udisks can also be used manually on the command-line to mount and dismount media.
I want to mount usb drives with option flush (or sync). I'm using Kubuntu 10.10 and as far as I understood udisks is responsible for the mount options. I've read various threads and two solutions ...
I am trying to use my ext4 USB drive but Ubuntu 13 is currently mounting it with write permission only for root so with my normal user I can't write to it, without sudo. The first place I checked ...
I am trying to mount some of my hard drive and USB but getting this error Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with: mount: only root can mount /dev/sdd1 on /media/sdd1 how ...
How I can mount my disk with udisks to /media/$USER/%disk_title% instead of to /media/%disk_title%? When I try this: udisks --mount /dev/sda1 It mounts to /media/%disk_title%, but in GUI (file ...
I have received some research that is on 5. 25" floppies. My mobo supports 5. 25" disks, and, I have the disk drive. I am not trying to use this media long term, I just want the research data. Update ...
I have tweaked the permissions on /media/username from root:root to username:root . I understand that a user-centric location allows user-centric permissions . But why were the permissions for ...
I'm currently testing 14.04 and while there are many things I like about it, the udisks bugs are upsetting. I'm currently running 12.04 on all production systems due to these problems which if I'm not ...
I cannot mount devices showing up in nautilus listed under devices. Error creating directory `/media/<myusername>': Permission denied I belive this is a udisks2 (permission) issue ... > ...