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Old 08-14-2006, 03:21 PM   #1
mlsfit
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Need to re-enable automount feature in KDE


Somehow, at some point, I got frustrated with kde's automount feature, and disabled it for a certain user. I want KDE to do that again.

Let me be clear, Hal, pmount, or whatever underlying backend software IS working. It automounts just fine for any user, except for my main user. This is a KDE problem somehow. In Kcontrol/StorageMedia, all of the boxes are checked, and I'm pretty sure I never messed with that before. Maybe there is a .rc file in ~/.kde somewhere that I can change or delete or something?

Anyway, thanks in advance.
 
Old 08-14-2006, 03:34 PM   #2
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OK... Nevermind, it seems to be working again, even though I swear it hasn't worked in months. Maybe messing with kcontrol (even thought I changed no options) rewrote some config somewhere.
 
  


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