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Have you recently not unmount the drive correctly, either power failure or a crash while writing to or reading from the drive? This can cause errors with the drive and while once mounted it functions normally the superblock may have errors causing it to not mount correctly. As Requist asked, check dmesg immediately after inserting you flash drive, you may ...


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My goal had been to remove the desktop icons for mountable volumes. I had not previously seen such an option under desktop settings. I think because i still had an older version of the xcfe desktop. After updating it to xfce 4.12 in xubuntu 14.04 and re-installing whisker as per NCODE 3/6/2015 - the desktop settings dialog showed a checkbox to not show the ...


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I guess (I make this answer "community wiki" so feel free to improve), that is because Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS does not use (by default) systemd, so it does not know about x-systemd.automount concept.


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From the terminal issue the command sudo apt-get install usbmount Source: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/24731/automounting-usb-sticks-on-debian


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I had this same issue after some updates today. I've done some testing and found that removing the sgrp="..." parameter to the volume allows them to mount. It looks like it thinks there are no volumes to mount because the user wasn't in the listed group. This leads me to believe the problem is a result of this bug filed for the latest update to winbind that ...


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The accepted answer does not really answer the question, namely how to mount and unmount hard drives using udisks like Nautilus does when clicking on a disk. The command you are looking for is udiskctl. It's super easy, and also works with encrypted disks! Mounting (encrypted disk): Unlock the disk: $ udisksctl unlock -b /dev/sdb1 Unlocked /dev/sdb1 as ...



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