Ok this is my sequence,
I put a cd on the drive, then close it. It never automounts. So I click
(double click) on the cd icon that is always on the desktop and then I
get this error:
mount: block device /dev/hdc is write, protected, mounting read-only
mount: /dev/hdc already mounted or /media/cdrom busy
Please check that the disk is entered correctly
And nothing happens.
Then if I do open a shell and as root I do mount /media/cdrom, it does
mount the cd and then I can access it from konqueror.
Again, the whole process works fine under gnome, no need to mount cd as
root, the gui will mount it for you. But under kde it just does not work.
I don't know if this is related to nfs or not, but this (nfs), they are
part of my network's users, and that they are using centos is the only
thing in common.
Alfred von Campe wrote:
On Dec 4, 2006, at 13:40, Jean Figarella wrote:
I can't mount the cdrom when the user account has an nfs home
directory. It works fine on the gnome side with the same user. It also
works fine if I create a brand new local account, with no nfs mounted
Can you not mount the CDROM at all or does it merely not auto-mount? I
have the latter problem, which is a little annoying at times. Doing a
"mount /media/cdrom" as root mounts the CDROM and puts it on the Desktop
of the currently logged in Gnome user. I never made the correlation
with having an NFS mounted home directory. In our environment, root can
not access (read or write) the users' home directories.
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