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Re: Not authorised to mount internal disks?



Georgi Hristozov wrote:
> After upgrading to rawhide, by default I'm not authorised to mount
> internal disks. I have to type the root password every time. The only
> way to stop this is to turn off "Active console" authorisation for
> org.freedesktop.devicekit.disks.filesystem-mount-system-internal. Do you
> think this default behavior is OK? Because it may be pretty annoying for
> new users who just want to use their Windows volumes. Thanks in advance!

Non-removable disks should be set up in /etc/fstab to be mounted at boot
time to a predictable place, not mounted per user to an autogenerated path.

        Kevin Kofler


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