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Description of problem:
Upon login, find that my USB memory is not mounted. I am able to
mount it in the terminal, but udev didn't do it at boot like I am used to
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot (or reboot) to kernel-2.6.9-1.1014_FC4 with USB device attached
Actual Results: see no icon for USB device
Expected Results: find icon on screen
I noticed a line during startup that proc/bus/usb was not found in
/etc/fstab or /etc/mtab, however saw it there also when I booted older
kernels that do work.
Confirmed, 2.6.9-1.1014 and 1.1018 on PPC. The device is found, the
whole hotplug shebang runs, modules are loaded, just the fstab-sync
step mysteriously fails to show up.
david, is this is the 'hal needs updating to support scsi layer changes' bug
again? Did hal get rebuilt for rawhide yet ?
The last version of hal seems to be 0.4.0-10, built October 28 2004.
JFI, 2.6.9-1.1009 works fine.
I just built a new hal package for Rawhide that is be able to cope with the SCSI
midlayer changes. It will appear in Rawhide tomorrow, it can also be downloaded
Btw, this is already fixed in FC3 as an update.
Works now! Thanks Dave