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Here is an article about that automount http://techiech.blogspot.ch/2013/04/mounting-webdav-directory-in-linux.html. However I had a problem mounting it in that way, but when I commented the line secrets ~/.davfs2/secrets back everything went fine. Install davfs2 sudo apt-get install davfs2 Reconfigure davfs2 to enable to use davfs under unprivileged ...
I solved it by saving the command into a file and registering that file in the startup applications window.
Valid for this Ubuntu at least: $ lsb_release -d Description: Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS I have found that: $ udisksctl mount --block-device /dev/$device ... will mount /dev/xxx in the same style as automount, that is - in /media/$USER/Disk_Label-or-UUID/ with the last level dir auto-created. $ udisksctl unmount --block-device /dev/$device; ... will ...
You can try checking up /etc/fstab file with sudo gedit /etc/fstab. Here's some more help about it: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab . It's also good idea to back up this file before changing.
The following two steps are required: Start the window manager with dbus-launch in ~/.xinitrc: exec dbus-launch --exit-with-session <your-wm> This makes the disks show up in PCManFM. Add a file named (e.g.) udisks.pkla to /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/ with the content: [Allow mounting removable media] Identity=unix-group:plugdev ...
Try changing "Identify As" to LABEL option
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