On Fri, 04 Jan 2008 19:34:21 -0600, Joe Marcus Clarke <marcus@FreeBSD.org>
> On Fri, 2008-01-04 at 17:24 -0600, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
>> >>>> I will testing with GNOME 2.20 first. A stable desktop should give
>> >>>> better result to figure which problem is in hal or GNOME.
>> >>> The GNOME comes up fine. If I put either blank CD or DVD and the
>> >>> CD/DVD' doesn't appear in the desktop anymore. It couldn't
>> recogize. If
>> >>> I put USB flash drive and I can see icon pops up in nautilus, but I
>> >>> couldn't mount and double click on icon to get in. It would keeps
>> >>> me to / instead of in USB flash drive. When I tried to mount in USB
>> >>> flash drive (vfat) and I get this below.
>> >>> Jan 4 13:17:34 mezz kernel: mount option <uhelper> is unknown
>> >>> I am not sure if it has to do with disable PK. I will going to our
>> >>> to learn how to debug HAL and get back to you this afternoon.
>> > Remove the --enable-umount-helper from the Makefile, and remove
>> > umount.hal from pkg-plist. See if that helps.
>> Remove the --enable-umount-helper from Makefile helps to get USB flash
>> drive to function correct. Now icon of USB flash drive appears on
>> and auto-mount/open nautilus to browser in there. It works perfect. I
>> always wondering why HAL is damn faster than Windows to recognize the
>> flash drive. ;-)
>> As for the CD/DVD, it makes no difference. It is still same with no
>> --enable-umount-helper. Do you want me to fill out more details from our
>> FAQ for this issue?
> At line 380 of hald/freebsd/probing/probe-volume.c, change the line to:
> if (! has_children)
> And see if that fixes this problem.
Nope, still same result.
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