Thanks for advice. But I don't understand all.
I have two identical K12Linux installation in two different
localisations. In first one I can't see CDROM device after log in, in
the second one everything works fine. In the second one installation I
checked user and group's CDROM device. Is root:disk (and works!).
So I am not sure where I should make the device(s) are part of the fuse
group and how? Could you explain me more clear?
Thanks you for help,
> make sure the device(s) are part of the fuse group and all users are
> as well.
> On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 1:16 PM, Radek Bursztynowski
> <radek bursztynowski waw pl> wrote:
> Many thanks for your explanation. I know it. But the same
> situation is
> with USB stick - I can mount it locally on local console and
> see it
> after log in LDM on my redirected server desktop.
> I expected similar mechanizm.
> Best regards,
> > Unfortunately I can't solve your problem but hopefully I can
> > your understanding of what is going on a bit. When you
> > CTRL-ALT-Fx and get a text console it is important to note
> that this is
> > _not_ an xterm. It is a local console on your _client_
> where the DVD
> > drive is installed, which is why you can see it there.
> > Conversely, your X desktop is running on the _server_ but is
> > on your _client_. Since the DVD drive is not attached to
> the _server_
> > you cannot see it there, where the xterm is running.
> > Depending on what you want to do with the DVD you can may be
> able to
> > install a localapp and run that to access the DVD.
> > Jeff
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