Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 424801
CD, USB disks are not automatically mounted
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:54:19 EST
Description of problem:
when I attach an USB disk or I insert a CD, media are not mounted
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.insert a CD
no automatic mount of attached/inserted device
they should be automaticcaly mounted
They were working also in rawhide but now no longer: I can't tell when it
happened, as I have not used an USB disk or CD for a long time
forgot to say That I can't see also shared computer on network (it was working):
my Selinus is permissive
the same here, tested with
and all is ok.
same here SELinux=disabled and all is working
So bug must be applied to SELinux, not to hal
i think it is really new problem, max. 1 week.
why? because the gnome-theme is changing too.
iirc a few days ago i got an other gnome-theme after the updates.
now with selinux=disabled i got the previous theme back.
# grep -i pol /var/log/yum.log
Dez 01 16:06:36 Updated: libsepol - 2.0.15-1.fc9.i386
Dez 01 16:10:05 Updated: libsepol-devel - 2.0.15-1.fc9.i386
Dec 04 17:33:17 Updated: policycoreutils - 2.0.32-2.fc9.i386
Dec 04 17:35:37 Updated: selinux-policy - 3.2.1-2.fc9.noarch
Dec 04 17:36:19 Updated: selinux-policy-targeted - 3.2.1-2.fc9.noarch
Dez 07 12:40:02 Updated: PolicyKit - 0.7-2.fc9.i386
Dez 08 00:13:03 Updated: PolicyKit - 0.7-3.fc9.i386
Dez 08 00:13:04 Installed: PolicyKit-gnome-libs - 0.7-1.fc9.i386
Dez 08 00:13:05 Updated: PolicyKit-gnome - 0.7-1.fc9.i386
Dec 08 15:43:49 Updated: selinux-policy - 3.2.2-1.fc9.noarch
Dec 08 15:44:23 Updated: selinux-policy-targeted - 3.2.2-1.fc9.noarch
Dez 11 21:12:53 Updated: libsepol - 2.0.16-1.fc9.i386
Dez 11 21:13:18 Updated: policycoreutils - 2.0.33-1.fc9.i386
Dez 11 21:20:25 Updated: selinux-policy - 3.2.3-1.fc9.noarch
Dez 11 21:21:01 Updated: selinux-policy-targeted - 3.2.3-1.fc9.noarch
Dez 11 21:21:05 Updated: libsepol-devel - 2.0.16-1.fc9.i386
Dez 12 15:14:12 Updated: policycoreutils - 2.0.33-2.fc9.i386
usb-stick, cd, gnome-theme, ... are ok
in SELinux permissive, targeted mode.
i can not test in enforcing mode.
the last updates:
Dez 17 14:06:35 Updated: policycoreutils - 2.0.33-3.fc9.i386
Dez 17 14:06:39 Updated: gmime - 2.2.12-1.fc9.i386
Dez 17 14:07:07 Updated: metacity - 2.21.3-1.fc9.i386
Dez 17 14:07:45 Updated: gnome-power-manager - 2.21.1-1.fc9.i386
Dez 17 14:07:50 Updated: selinux-policy - 3.2.4-2.fc9.noarch
Dez 17 14:07:51 Updated: gmime-sharp - 2.2.12-1.fc9.i386
Dez 17 14:08:15 Updated: selinux-policy-targeted - 3.2.4-2.fc9.noarch
Dez 17 14:08:16 Updated: intltool - 0.37.0-1.fc9.i386
I tested in Enforced mode and I get a kernel panic!!!! I am tired of SELinux and
I will get rid of it.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Confirmed. I have the same problem - my USB disk which was identified and
mounted by rawhide immediately before the release is *not* mounted after the FC9
Possibly related to that I've been forced to add a "service haldaemon restart"
to rc.local - the normal startup procedure seems to be broken after the Fedora 9
upgrade (see bug 443602).
After boot, a "lvchange -a y /dev/lvm-volgroup" fixes the situation for me.
Fixed the haldaemon issue (see bug 443602), but the disk still need to be
activated in rc.local.
Actually, this is some kind of regression. This bug occurred also in FC8, but
was fixed by one of the updates (sorry, no more specific information).
Possibly related to that the hald daemon is started (as S26haldaemon) *after*
the netfs script (S25netfs). If so, this is consistent with the problems
reported in bug 443602.
Using "chkconfig netfs resetpriorities" does not help, though.
BTW, selinux is disabled...
Created attachment 307349 [details]
/var/log/messages, failing to mount a dvd
No removable devices (CD, DVD, USB) automount for me since F8->F9. I restarted
hal with verbose logging, inserted a known working DVD, and the results in
/var/log/messages are attached. I am on x86_64, kernel-220.127.116.11-18.fc9.x86_64,
mostly KDE, selinux enforcing but there is no audit chatter while plugging