SuSE 9.3 USB Flash Drive Auto Mount Stopped Working
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I think SuSE uses automount to mount drives (someone please correct me if I'm wrong). Try opening a terminal and typing "ps -ef | grep 'automountd'" to make sure it's running. If it is, then it's probably something harder to solve.
Ive been having the same issue with the automount but Ive figured out that the udev and haldaemon are not running at boot time so there is no automounting. I changed those two daemons to boot run levels with 3&5 and it seems to be fine now.
I do have another question, is there anyone having issues with the NIC not being active at boot. the start is on auto but wont start without running YAST and reading the network settings. Any ideas????? thanks
I'm not trying to confuse the issue, but I just wrote off all of these problems and spent the best $50.00 of my life and upgraded to SLED 10 and I have no problems with ANYTHING. I'm running it on a Gateway Desktop, Alienware notebook and a Panasonic notebook ALL with no problems.
I also got the SLED 10 SDK from developer.novell.com so I can have tools like Apache, Eclipse, Etc...
I'd recommend the same to everyone who just needs to work and stop messing around with stuff like this ;-)