OpenSUSE :: HAL - Permission Denied To Automount External USB Storage

Nov 2, 2010

11.3 in use with KDE. When I plug in an USB stick or my HTC phone into the USB connector the device is recognised but can't be opened in dolphin. This is the error message:

Code:
org.freedesktop.Hal.Device.PermissionDeniedByPolicy:
org.freedesktop.hal.storage.mount-removable
auth_admin_keep_always <-- (action, result)
but the device is shown in dolphin as a removable device and

Code:
# lsusb
Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0bb4:0ff9 High Tech Computer Corp.

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Ubuntu :: Permission Denied For Executing Files On The External Storage?

Jan 24, 2010

I have a dual boot Dell Studio laptop with Windows (VISTA) and Ubuntu (9.0.4) installed on it. I have recently installed Ubuntu to make it a dual boot. Before that I was using LiveUSB Ubuntu image for six months (without any problems).

During the installation of Ubuntu, I created a Linux partition of 2GB for Ubuntu installation (assuming that it was running successfully on my 2GB USB drive). All of my other work (e.g. documents/programming projects etc.) are stored on the Windows partition (which is loaded during the boot time automatically). The problem is that I get a "permission denied" error while running any executable file on the Windows partition. But if I copy the same executable on the Linux partition, everything works perfect. Am I missing something here?

I have verified that the executable have necessary execute permissions.

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I have a cron backup scheme in which I rsync, then tar, then copy files on my internal hard drives to an external (USB) drive. When it works, it works. But I often get a "Permission Denied" message for all of these tasks. how the external drive is auto-mounted so I edited the etc/fstab so that the owner of the cron job is also the owner of the external drive (I think. Unfortunately, I'm not at that machine right now (it's at work), I can't give the exact fstab line (I will post it as an update to this thread next time I am at the machine).) BUT, I still get times when the cron backup runs fine and other times I get the Permission Denied. This is a shared machine that is dual-booted, so what I *think* is going on is that when the machine is rebooted to Fedora, but nobody logs in, I get a Permission Denied for the cron backup. It seems like on days when someone has logged in as the main user and left without logging out that the cron backup runs fine.

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I figured this would be a very very common problem, so I looked up some forums to try out the methods but they didn't work. So I thought I would ask you guys for help because I am pleased with the support. I wouldn't think this would be a hard problem to solve.

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When I use this for my crond file

Code...

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i have client and server PCs, both with openSuse 11.2.

on the server side, i have mounted HD partition to /vmshare dir. relevant line in /etc/fstab reads:

Code:
/dev/disk/by-id/ata-WDC_WD3200AAJS-07B4A0_WD-WCAT16493946-part2 /vmshare reiserfs user,acl 1 2
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Code:
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i can successfully mount the exported dir on client side, i can move between directories and list contents, but i can't write into it (not even as a root). on the server side, i can write to the directory only as root. the vmshare group is created on both machines with same gid as well as all users have same uids. firewalls are down.y.

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When I plug my USB drive in, the kernel sees it and I can mount it manually. However, it won't automount. I've done plenty of google searches but nothing I've tried has worked for 'GNOME, SUSE 11.3.' I am not sure if it is a permissions problem, configuration problem, a kernel automount, HID, or USB problem.

uname -a (stock SUSE desktop kernel):
Code:
Linux linux-hez9 2.6.34.7-0.7-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT 2010-12-13 11:13:53 +0100 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

Here is the output from /var/log/messages:
Code:
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So here's the background:

The application creates an account on the box named "amandabackup" and adds it to the 'video' and 'disk' groups.

It generates cron jobs in /etc/zmanda/zmc_aee/crontab, which is configured as the location of the crontab file for the amandabackup user.

The crontab is owned by amandabackup:disk with a mask of 644.

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I then tried adding the following to the crontab:

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At this point, I went online and tried some more stuff I found:

I checked /var/log/mail/amandabackup - everything *but* cron jobs were reporting to it.

I verified cron was running with both "ps -ef | grep cron" and "rccron status"

I ensured /var/spool/cron/tabs/amandabackup existed, showed the proper entries, and was set to 644. (this one's the important bit)I checked /var/log/messages, and every minute on the dot I see: <timestamp> /usr/sbin/cron[PID]: Permission Denied

I ensured there was no /etc/cron.allow, and that /etc/cron.deny did not contain amandabackup.

I tried making an /etc/cron.allow, adding amandabackup, and restarting the cron daemon, but this did nothing.

I don't think I've forgotten anything, but my attempts have been getting progressively more feverish, so I'm not positive. Is there some annoying YAST cron panel I'm not seeing? Is there some way of getting more verbose logging out of the cron daemon than just "permission denied"? Is there some draconian rule about crontabs only working based on some otherwise-arbitrary account setting?

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Code:
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mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting storage:/var/ftp/pub

This is my exports file:
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program vers proto port service
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100000 3 tcp 111 portmapper
100000 2 tcp 111 portmapper
100000 4 udp 111 portmapper
100000 3 udp 111 portmapper
100000 2 udp 111 portmapper
100011 1 udp 875 rquotad .....

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Aug 14, 2011

cat /etc/fstab
mount
ps -A
ls -al /media/
dmesg
groupsfootnotes

My problem:
When plugging in a pen drive it will be automounted, but only root (who owns it) has write access to it. Other users only have write access. (Neither my user, nor an unmodified test user)

My aim:
I want to be able to write on my pendrive without any additional manual work after plugging it in (iirc that is default on a standard ubuntu install).

Possible causes:
I once had a time where I wanted everthing to be minimal. Might be, that I removed something in connection with my problem. I reinstalled everything that came to my mind and could be connected to that problem w/o success. I merely removed stuff than editing stuff (never touched /etc/fstab or /etc/udev/rules.d/*). S
So I think I am missing some kind of service, that manages my (user?) permissions or so.

I use:
Ubuntu 10.04 (initially a kubuntu but I remove nearly everything Qt/KDE stuff) fluxbox (but most gnome services are active).

I tried/checked:
check my automount setting[1] - did not change the behaviour
media_automount - is checked
media_automount_open - is checked
usbmount - is installedntfs-config - did not help (even after reboot)
manual mount[2] - worked, but i don't want to do that everytime I plug in a pendrive
gksudo users-admin (made sure that amongs others the following entries are checked)
Access external storage devices automatically
Administer the system
Mount user-space filesystems (FUSE)

I didn't try:
chmod - seems to be only used for ext* fs
edit /etc/fstab - seems not to be supposed for such variable things like pendrives
- changing file systems for same pendrive
- different number of pen drives
- every pendrive needs its own fstab entry
udev rules - I was told to write some, but I am reluctant because- I never did that before (so I also didn't mess them up)

Additional info:
Code:
benedict@box:~$ cat /etc/fstab
# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
# Use 'blkid -o value -s UUID' to print the universally unique identifier for a device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices that works even if disks are added and removed. See fstab(5).....

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