Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 433598
umount.hal returns always 1 as return code
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:54:43 EST
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Description of problem:
according this page:
should return correct return code. So, if I put a cd into a cdrom, then an
automounter will mount it. In mtab in cdrom record is uhelper=hal and uid with
correct value. If I want to umount it in a console as an user (uid of the user ==
uid in mtab), then everything is fine, the cdrom is umounted. But umount itself
returns 1 as a return code, because /sbin/umount.hal returns 1. According the
upstream, it should be fixed (page above), but in f8 it isn't fixed. More
precisely, the patch is applied but it returns always 1 as the return code.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert CD/DVD
2. Let automounter to mount it
3. Try to umount it in a console as an user and print a return code
($ umount /medima/some_cd_label; echo $?)
umount returns 1
if umount runs over correctly, then umount should return 0.
Created attachment 296730 [details]
The patch which fixes this bug. It's taken from upstream.
Won't it just be easier to get the patch when we get the next hal release?
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