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Welp... I solved my own problem. sudo mkdir /media/cdrom0 And, add the following line to fstab: /dev/sr0 /media/cdrom0 udf,iso9660 user,noauto,exec,utf8 0 0 Everything returns to normal. For some reason it was mounted and broken somehow.. Not sure. Anyways, running a umount on the drive first and reinserting after several system restarts ...
GUI tools to make partitions automount From your comment, I understand the GUI tool did not add anything to your fstab file. In general, I am not very fond of GUI tools to edit fstab; many times unnecessary options are added or errors occur. Making an ntfs partition automount, using the uuid Since making an ntfs partition automount is relatively simple, I ...
For udisks2: If udisks2 is in use, following actions are needed to not automount a device. Fisrt, you need to get informations about the device to write a udev rule. Unmount the device, become root via sudo su then run this command: udevadm monitor --environment --udev After that, plug the device to the computer. Now, you can see relative ...
The problem is solved with autofs version 5.1.1. $ wget http://fr.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/a/autofs/autofs_5.1.1-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb $ sudo dpkg -i autofs_5.1.1-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb
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