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Re: Udev problem



Question please:

If you do 
       ls -lR /dev/disk

which symbolic links point to the disk in question when the disk is
connected to your machine?

If you found symbolic links in the /dev/disk/by-label
or /dev/disk/by-uuid directory, such as
/dev/disk/by-label/disklabel -or-
/dev/disk/by-uuid/fe76a058 -then-

in your fstab file, could you put
/dev/disk/by-label/disklabel /media/disk ext2 user,noauto
-or-
/dev/disk/by-uuid/fe76a058 /media/disk ext2 user,noauto

If you can do the above in your fstab file, would you be able to 
mount the disk as user and refer to its mount point as /media/disk?

The symbolic link, you find, will be for your disk, and not "disklabel",
and the uuid you find will not be fe76a058, but will be for your disk.

Just a thought.

On Thu, 2007-01-18 at 19:49 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Thursday 18 January 2007 19:29, Anne Wilson wrote:
> >  It's necessary to run 'udevtrigger' to activate them.
> >
> > Next question, then.  Should I put that command into my .bash_profile?
> >
> Just realised, it will need to run as root, so that's no good.  Where is it 
> best to put it, then?
> 
> Anne
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