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Old 09-05-2006, 11:43 PM   #1
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hal auto mount

hi ,

i do blfs :

with udev-097,hal-0.5.7,dbus-0.62,xfce-4.4beta2

and all is good but when i insert cdrom i so a cdrom icon in desktop

but not mounted so i should click to icon to mount the cdrom

and when i click it said "can't mount because there is no /media/hdc

in your fstab or mtab"

and when i add hdc in my fstab it mount but blfs said:


HAL will ignore any devices listed in /etc/fstab for the purpose of automounting. You must remove any listings for devices that you would like automounted such as CD-ROMs or USB keys.

so what i can do to auto mount .

thank you .
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Old 09-06-2006, 02:44 PM   #3
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i am very sorry doc.nice

plz forgive me .

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