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.

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Set mount options for removable devices on Kubuntu

I share my computer in a multiseat configuration and would like everyone to mount removable devices with a umask of 0 (ie. readable and writeable by all and sundry). Well, ideally just by group disks ...
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Can I hide a partition in Nautilus for a specific user/group?

I'm trying to hide a partition form a specific group of users in Ubuntu 12.04. I have created a new rule in /etc/udev/rules.d/99-hide-disk.rules with KERNEL="sda3",ENV{UDISKS_PRESENTATION_HIDE}="1" ...
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How do disable the CD-ROM for all users?

I want to disable CDROM/CDRW/DVDROM/DVDRW for everyone in Ubuntu 14.04.1 desktop 64-bit edition. I have tried following but not worked: Removed user from /etc/group, as following: cdrom:x:24: as ...
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udisks-part-id timeout error in tty

I'm running 14.04 and I've gotten the following error when logging into a tty session after typing my password but before the command prompt showed up: [198877.466429] systemd-udevd[25302]: timeout '...
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How to set default options for mounted file systems?

I would like all FAT volumes to be mounted with the option uni_xlate enabled. How can I configure mount or udisks2 to use that option while mounting the volume?
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Deny a user the right to use udisksctl

I'm using a system based on Ubuntu 14.04 There are multiple partitions on /dev/sda. /dev/sda1 is where the system resides, /dev/sda2, ..., /dev/sdaX are NTFS partitions. There are two users admin and ...
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How to require mount with password of other internal hdd partitions for all mount-style applications (with udev)

I am trying to block access to other partitions with different file systems on the same physical hdd (layout: gpt) by preventing any partition mounting without requiring a password. FSTAB takes care ...
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mount readable for everyone using udisks-glue

i'm trying to setup automount solution for usb drives on ubuntu 12.04 Server. I decided to use udisks with udisks-glue. Unfortunately when I try to use option user for mounting it fails: udisks --...
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How to set password for hdd partition mounting

I am using Ubuntu 13.04 x86_64. I have one extra ext4 partition of 90 GB beside my / partition. I want to ask the user to enter a password whenever he/she tries to mount that extra partition by say 1)...
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Cannot mount disks at bootup

I've been having a particular problem with Ubuntu and its flavours for a year. Now that I have made a fresh install of Xubuntu, I thought the problem might fix itself but it has not. Please keep in ...
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Udisks doesn't work after upgrade to ubuntu 15.10

If I mount a device from commandline as user I usually do something like udisks --mount /dev/sdc1. However since my upgrade from ubuntu 15.04 to 15.10 this command seems to be gone. A package called ...
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Aptitude install wants to remove many libs

After execution command aptitude install udisks I got following message: ggg@gmLatitude:~$ aptitude install udisks E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13: Permission denied) E: ...
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Automount USB disk (ntfs) and use files for libvirt/qemu/kvm?

When I plugin my NTFS USB disk it gets auto-mounted. That's fine. But when I want to use files for libvirt/kvm/qemu virtualizaztion they cannot be accessed. Sadly I cannot find the parameter or option ...
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Automount Removable NTFS Partition with Permissions

I have a USB drive with an NTFS partition. When I plug the drive in, it will be automatically mounted in /media/user/ (this is Ubuntu 14.04). I would like to use POSIX permissions so that I could ...
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How to change permissions of automount?

I set up a Ubuntu 14.04 machine for my family. I noticed that when I insert a USB key it gets automounted to /media/$username/$volumename. /media/$username has an ACL that only allows $username to ...