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Maybe sharing the entire config file / directory is causing problems, another method may work better. Maybe a "shared keyring scheme" would be better, see man gpg for some of these possibly useful options: --keyring file Add file to the current list of keyrings. If file begins with a tilde and a slash, these are replaced by the $HOME ...
mount: /usr/bin/gvfs-mount --device=/dev/sdd1 unmount/eject: /usr/bin/gvfs-mount --eject /media/$USER/disk
Disclaimer I do not know if it works and maybe not for this 3-years old bug which seems not to be fixed for Trusty. If you run 14.10 maybe you're lucky... I should be possible to tell directly to the disk manager to hide the disk; I can't test because I have not spare partition on this PC. Open "Disk utility" via the dash, and select the "mount option" ...
To make the mounts available for all users Add the following lines to the end of your fstab: To make the mounts available for 1 user Go to a terminal Ctrl+Alt+T Type sudo gedit /usr/local/bin/MountOneUser and press Enter Copy-paste the following text: #!/bin/bash # This script automounts a mountpoint as requested in ...
The setting corresponding to izx's to disable automatically launching nemo in the cinnamon desktop is: gsettings set org.cinnamon.desktop.media-handling automount-open false
In Ubuntu follow these steps to auto-mount your partition: Open file manager and look left side on the devices listed. Choose the device you want to auto-mount on start-up by just clicking it and you will see the folders in the right pane shown for that device (partition), keep this window open. Go to your desktop Ubuntu search and type disks, you'll see ...
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