Ubuntu :: USB Devices Arnt Mounted On Boot NATTY?

Apr 29, 2011

last 3 rounds of updates to my Lucid system produced various problems, though each a solution to the previous issue. So I decided to upgrade to natty, and get new problems. LOL.

SO, my USB mouse and keyboard no longer mount on boot. If I unplug the keyboard and mouse, then re-insert them, they work fine.

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Apr 20, 2010

I am trying to find out the command to list all the devices mounted at boot-time.

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Apr 30, 2010

My computer has three drives: one with windows7,one as a storage drive, and an ide drive. I have ubuntu 10.04 installed on a seperate partition on the storage drive (+swap partition).I have "/etc/fstab" automatically monut these drives on startup:

/dev/sdc1 /media/win7 ntfs-3g quiet,defaults,rw 0 0
/dev/sdb1 /media/storage ntfs-3g quiet,defaults,rw 0 0


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OpenSUSE :: How To Recognize Mounted Devices

Apr 13, 2010

I have recently mounted my iPod Touch using ifuse, and it works with gtkpod and I'm very pleased about that! However, I'm interested in finding out how openSUSE recognises what devices are mounted? Because the device manager in the task bar doesn't recognise that it's mounted... Dolphin doesn't recognise it and neither does Amarok. Only gtkpod, which is good, but I want other applications to recognise it. Do I need to mount it in a specific location? Currently it's at /mnt/iPhone. Or do I need something in fstab (I'm just guessing here).

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Mar 8, 2011

I have a few websites that travel along with me in my usb stick, and I want to have read and write permisions to files on my usb by other users (i.e.: www-data) actually they have 0700. I'm running maverick (linux mint Julia).

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.1 - Two Devices Mounted On One Directory

Jan 11, 2010

I have 3 disks in my PC which are partitioned equally as I use them for Raid 1.The first partition on every disk is a simple ext2 partition for booting. No Raid there. So I mount them as /boot and /boot2 and /boot3. So I can backup my /boot to the other boot directories. That worked for some month and this morning I just want to look if all directories have enough free space left. So I did a df -h and got this:

Dateisystem Grove Benut Verf Ben% EingehÃĪngt auf
6,0G 301M 5,4G 6% /
udev 1,5G 292K 1,5G 1% /dev
/dev/sdb1 122M 29M 87M 25% /boot
/dev/sdc1 38M 21M 16M 59% /boot2
/dev/sda1 122M 29M 87M 25% /boot
As you can see /dev/sda1 and /dev/sdb1 are both mounted on /boot

Here is what mount says:
/dev/sdb1 on /boot type ext2 (ro,acl,user_xattr)
/dev/sdc1 on /boot2 type ext2 (ro,acl,user_xattr)
/dev/sda1 on /boot type ext2 (ro,acl,user_xattr)

This is no Problem for me as I could just remount it correctly, but I would like to know if this problem is known. I did not change anything by now and this PC is a server which is running 24/7, so I can deliver more debugging Information if someone is interested.

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Jan 16, 2011

This is probably me looking but not seeing an option somewhere. I re-installed 10.10 over 10.04 by formatting the root partition but keeping the home partition the same, to save me a lot of work. (64 bit) However, now when I mount a CD, DVD or USB stick, they don't appear in Dophin's "Places" window. What have I missed please?

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Debian Multimedia :: Banshee 1.6 - Android Devices Not Mounted

Dec 28, 2010

I have a sony x10mini and it is correctly seen in nautilus and shotwell. But nor in banshee 1.6 (testing and sid) nor in 1.9 (experimental) is mounted. Fact is that I know it works for sure in fedora and debian so I wonder if it a problem of some dependency missing, configuration or permissions. I use the testing distro by the way...

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: KDE Mounted Devices Sometimes Do Not Remove Folder

Aug 29, 2010

When booting opensuse 11.2 or 11.3 there is automatically created a folder in /media to mount my external usb drive (in /media/disk). The problem I have is that sometimes these folders are not automatically removed when I shut down. On the next time boot this device is mounted at /media/disk-1 or /media/disk-2 which throws off for instance Krusader or Amarok. Also the folders that are not removed seem to have really strong permissions such that I can't even browse into them in Krusader or Dolphin. I have to manually clean the /media folder as super user so that when I reboot, they are in /media/disk. Does anyone know how to ensure that opensuse removes the folder(s) upon shutdown?

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Debian :: Removable Devices Auto-mounted As Read-only?

May 29, 2010


Currently when I insert a removable device, it is auto-mounted as readonly. To use it I have to do this every time.


sudo umount /dev/xxx
pmount xxx

This applys to every removable device I have, and did not exist on my previous distro. Debian amd 64 Squeeze [URL]

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General :: Displaying Mounted Devices - Incorrect Info?

Feb 11, 2011

Sometimes when I try to display the mounted device in linux it displays devices which are not currently mounted. I want to correct this this using script.

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Ubuntu :: Bash Script - Run Different Rsync Cmds Based On Which Devices Are Mounted

Apr 2, 2010

having my data backed up properly, but it's also in different places (e.g. photos and music on separate flash drives), so I have a few rsync's that I can execute manually, drives are mounted. Unfortunately, it gets confusing very quickly, I'd like a simple bash script that goes something like this (this pseudo-code would be most like REXX):

pair.1 = (/dev/sdb1, /dev/mmcblkp01)
pair.2 = (/some/other/device, /yet/another/device)
for i = 1 to #pairs


Seems simple enough, but I've never written a bash script and wouldn't know where to start.

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Ubuntu :: How To Have Partitions Auto-mounted At Boot

Mar 19, 2011

Does anybody know how to have partitions (not removable media) auto-mounted at boot?It would be great so I do not have to click them for first use.By the way, may it be pre-configured in ubuntu to do that for everyone?

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Ubuntu Installation :: USB Devices Only Mount During Boot?

May 31, 2010

After upgrading to Lucid 10.4, I find that after booting I can no-longer auto-mount any USB drive when they are plugged in. They simply doesn't appear on the desktop as they did. Swap my PATA drive back to the one with 9.10 still installed on it is well.However, if I have USB drives plugged in before boot, they appears on the desktop, but are not auto-mounted as previously. Also when I click on any drive icon for the first time there is no response. Try again (on any drive) an the devices will all auto-mount revealing their contents in the window that subsequently opens. Everything them seems fine. I can unmount and remount at my leisure with any number of devices.

I do not have the problem of root only access that others have mentioned. I have played with usbmount and pmount as others have suggested, to no avail. They have both been removed.I have the HAL installed as default, and have already ecked media_automount_open for Nautilus on the gconf-editor.Disabling the floppy in the BIOS has not effect and I do not use autologin option.With (say) two USB drives attached, whether the devices are recognised at boot or not after boot,lsusb reveals:

Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub


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Ubuntu :: Can't Boot: One Or More Of The Mounts Listed In /etc/fstab Cannot Yet Be Mounted?

Jan 6, 2010

I "upgraded" to Karmic and now my computer won't start. It shows the grub menu, I select the first Ubuntu option, and it shows the white logo. Underneath the logo these words appear, and it does nothing:Quote:One or more of the mounts listed in /etc/fstab cannot yet be mounted: /boot: waiting for UUID=338c820e..Press ESC to enter a recovery shell

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Ubuntu :: Natty Hangs On Boot

May 14, 2011

When I boot Ubuntu 11.04 it goes as far as showing me the OS options (I dual-boot with Windows7) and then what should be the login window. However - here it displays the mouse and nothing else. It just hangs. I can hit ALT-F1 and get a shell. I login and everything works as expected except X isn't running.

BACKGROUND: I tried to upgrade from 10.10 when (mid-upgrade) my computer turned itself off (suspect housemate unpluged it by mistake and then it ran out of battery). When I turned it on again, it refused to boot, complaining that the / drive was not there. After a bit of digging around I found that it was actually mounting / with read-only permissions. After remounting it with read/write permission I was able to continue with the upgrade. HOWEVER, I never managed to connect to the wireless from the command line (I tried all sorts, sudo iwconfig wlan0 essid "eduroam", sudo dhclient wlan0). Since it hadn't finished to download the new packages, I don't know what it did (presumably installed the ones it did have). Anyway, after doing this I rebooted and everything seemed to work - I logged in and (using update-manager) did a partial upgrade which seemed to work. The only problem was that it was now complaining that nautilus was not configured and for this reason it could not update a package called libglib2.0 or something like that. I tried to repair broken packages/reinstall nautilus etc nothing worked. I then rebooted (I don't remember why I thought that would be a good idea). Since it hasn't given me a GUI login window again. It just hangs, like I said.

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Sep 9, 2010

My swap is not mounted at boot. get it to mount again? I CAN make it mount after booting but I need to hibernate. I read that I have to edit /etc/fstab but I'm not quite sure as to what I have to do specifically.

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Ubuntu :: Boot Freezes At SCSI Attached Devices?

Jul 22, 2011

i was fooling around with ATI graphics settings and after i went to reboot my Desktop it kept comming up with odd symbols instead of a log in screen, then i started to try and do things with a LiveCD and screwed things up even more so now any time i attempt to boot, even into recovery, it stops at the line

[2.573600] sd 6:0:0:3: [sde] Attached SCSI removable disk

i have tried to do multiple fixes with no avail and i am not very savvy with linux as i have only been using it under a year, so it would be awesome if anyone could help this is 10.10 Maverick and the 32bit version,

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Aug 19, 2010

ubuntu 9.10. Won't boot. Not a new installation, no new hardware. When I boot it up into 2.5.31-22-generic safemode it says: One or more of the mounts listed in etc/fstab cannot yet be mounted: /home: wating for UUID...

Booted up w/ live CD, fsck says that /dev/sda3 is clean I have a 320 GB hard drive, 20 GB is the linux boot, 2 GB is swap, and the rest is /home. Palimpset Disk Utility can recognize the 20 & swap, but says the rest is unrecognized.

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Jan 11, 2011

Before: I had 2 os's ubuntu and windows installed on my system. Recently, I decided to install ubuntu to a flash drive. All went well except grub was not installed to the flash drive, but appended the existing grub setup on my hard drive.

Now: Even if I set the default system in grub as windows, or the original ubuntu install, my system will not boot unless the usb stick is plugged in. I get message. Error: grub rescue: My ideal solution: To stop grub searching for my flashdrive before loading the boot menu, and if possible to write grub to the flash stick.

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Mar 19, 2011

My old server machine running Ubuntu 6 experienced hardware failure, so I built a new machine with spare parts and decided to install 10.10. I used the 2 HDDs from the old machine and decided to use existing partitions for the 10.10 installation. I specified the existing partitions on a 250 GB PATA drive for root, /boot, /home, and swap. For some reason when I booted up 10.10 for the first time, the other HDD (750 GB SATA) was mounted as /boot. I never specified the second drive to be used for anything during the installation, so I have no idea why this happened.and how can I change the mount point for /boot? I would like the highlighted partition in the attached screenshot to be /boot. I really hope nothing on the 750 GB drive was overwritten in this whole process, because it contains all of my photo and video backup.

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May 2, 2011

I was using Maverick, I performed upgrade to Natty today morning and rebooted and it was working fine. Then I turned off my PC and left home.

Now in the evening when I'm trying to boot nothing happens, just black screen. Nothing happens after that.

Though I can boot by selecting "Previous Version" but can't boot normally. Though I was surprised that even after selecting "previous version" I was booted in to Natty(I guess so, as the UI is Unity not GNOME).

But can't boot using the Kernel that's listed first in my Menu.

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May 5, 2011

I used to edit grub from /etc/default/grub and change line.But after doing that now in Natty I still get a graphical boot, the Ubuntu logo just doesn't show anymore, but it isn't a text boot. Anyone know how to get this to work?

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May 10, 2011

I have two versions of Natty that I'm running on my EeePC 900. Both are clean installs. As they're both installed on removable flash drives, I expect a certain degree of sluggishness. One installation is the full version with Unity. It boots in about 25 seconds or so, which is slower than Lucid on the same machine, but not too bad.

The other installation was a command-line install with Openbox and GDM for logging in. You'd think this would be quicker, but it's taking a full minute to boot. When it gets to the GDM login screen, I can't see the mouse pointer. If I move the mouse into the lower right-hand corner, I can see the invisible pointer hover over the shutdown button and then I can select it. Alternatively, if I press return (to select my login) and then move the mouse vigorously, a pointer will eventually appear, but it's a large X and not the standard pointer.

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Jun 25, 2011

A friend is having trouble booting Natty from the live CD in order to install ubuntu. Grub is giving an error message "Error: prefix not set". or something like that when he tries to boot from the CD. My friend is speculating that it can't boot because it's an uefi drive. he got a lenovo thinkpad.

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Nov 17, 2010

I setup my client to mount some nfs mounts at boot but although they seem to be mounted, they are not! Before I give the details, I'll start by saying this is not a wifi problem. I'm using a good old wired connection. The server runs NFS3 with the following line in '/etc/exports':


I have tried the following nfs options in the fstab as you might have noted above: _netdev,auto,bg,retry=10. None of them seem to fix the problem. I realise a quick hack at boot time would fix this in an instant but I'd like to figure out why this is failing.

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Apr 22, 2010

How do the group-ids for the devices in /dev get determined during boot up? The system must get the defaults for the devices some time during the boot process. Where are the defaults listed?

Actual reason for my question is that I need a permanent change of "dialout" to "uucp" or, even better to "dialout,uucp" in this line:

crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 188, 0 Nov 14 15:00 /dev/ttyUSB0

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Nov 6, 2010

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Apr 1, 2011

I installed Natty Narwhal yesterday and everything was fine.Today, however, I installed some updates.I tried restarting my computer but it never gets to the desktop.It keeps crashing and looping back, if that makes sense.I can't start in fail-safe graphics mode either.

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Apr 11, 2011

in the grub menu once I select windows and press enter the screen goes dark and then it takes me back to the grub menu again.

both ubuntu 11.04 and win xp are installed on the same harddisk

setparams 'windows (on /dev/sda1)'
insmod part_msdos
insmod ntfs
set root = '(/dev/sda_msdos1)'
search --no-floppy --fsuuid --set=root XXXXXXXXXXXX
drivemap -s (hd0) ${root}
chainloader +1

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