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[Please, report on the outcome of the troubleshooting steps by editing yr original question and commenting below this answer.] To garner more info on the issue, go through the following steps: type on the cmd line (i.e. in terminal): $ sudo udevadm test --action=add /sys/class/block/sdb report here the output you get, by copy-pasting/editing yr original ...


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To see connected devices do lsblk Identify the device you want to mount or unmount. USB devices will mount in /media so after you connect them you can identify them by their mountpoints. We can see the mounted device here is /dev/sda1 NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda 8:0 1 15.2G 0 disk └─sda1 8:1 1 15.2G 0 ...


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To use the udisks2 utility commands, type udisksctl And you see the options: zanna@monster:~$ udisksctl Usage: udisksctl COMMAND Commands: help Shows this information info Shows information about an object dump Shows information about all objects status Shows high-level status monitor Monitor ...


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udisks2 is installed in your system. There is no command udisks2 that can be run in terminal. So everything looks correct. You can use other terminal commands related to udisks like udisksctl. See also man udisksd.


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I was using udisks to mount an NTFS partition on the same disk as the OS. My command looked like this /usr/bin/udisks --mount /dev/disk/by-uuid/ I used this command in 16.04 (mint 18): udisksctl mount --block-device /dev/disk/by-uuid/



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