Marko Vojinovic wrote: > On Monday 16 July 2007 19:51, Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote: > >> If you are logged into X, it should mount it as well, unless you >> have auto-mounting turned off. From the command line, you can use >> gnome-mount. (gnome-mount -d /dev/sda1) There are several ways to >> tell gnome-mount what you want to mount. By default, it will create >> the mount point in /media for you. You run gnome-mount as a normal user. > > Thanks for the reply, but no, no X on the machine. I'm in runlevel 3, X is > started only when I really must use it, and even then it's just WindowMaker, > not Gnome nor KDE. > > I believe I cannot use gnome-mount if Gnome is not running. And the > functionality I miss here should work irrespective of desktop environment, I > believe. > See if gnome-mount is installed, or if it installs without too many dependencies. It does work on run level 3. $ gnome-mount -d /dev/sdb1 X display not available - using text-based operation. Mounted /dev/sdb1 at "/media/_boot1" Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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