jack craig wrote: > Hi Fedora Folks, > > over the weekend, i decided to upgrade my fc10 to fc11. it wasnt too > painful, it only broke my email and mplayer. > > however, as i used my sd card to shuttle files to/from my moblin > netbook, i had a /etc/fstab entry of the form, ... > > /dev/sdd1 /media/disk ext3 defaults 0 0 > > and this bought me the assurance that upon mount, /media/disk/.. is > where i'd find my sd card files. > > now with fc11, this same entry fails to do the job, i get a system > generated mount point of the form, ... > > /dev/sdd1 on /media/c35d465d-bf2b-4c9a-9fd4-5a6e02d8d219 type ext2 > (rw,nosuid,nodev,uhelper=devkit) > > and if i add my fstab entry, i get an error about only root can mount > /dev/sdd1 on /media/disk. > > could someone point me to how to override this behaviour? > With that fstab entry, you should have gotten the same error in F10. You need the user or users option to let a normal user mount an entry in fstab. What it looks like you are getting as a mount point is the uuid of the partation on the SD card. I suspect that the fstab entry was not used in F10, and HAL was using /media/disk as the mount point. Now, if you label the partition, you should get a mount point of /media/<label>. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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