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Tom H schreef op 11-10-2016 22:36:
Absolutely. I'd switch on the update thingy for them to click OK for
their systems to be updated.
Here is a quick baffling picture on the topic of automatic updates.
This guy spent 11 hours getting his
amon schreef op 12-10-2016 4:37:
The problem is that in my desktop I end up with a race. The
desktop detects the new device and ignores cryptab and fstab
and asks if I want to mount or whatever. I have to give it a NO
and then go to a root shell and execute a manual cryptdisk_start
On Wed, 12 Oct 2016 12:26:22 +0200, Xen wrote:
>And I agree that this is not a user problem because it would be /every
>user/'s problem. Something like this must work by default, ie. gvfs
>shouldn't prevent stuff from being mounted. And if it does mount, it
>should honour fstab.
If it doesn't
Thanks for the tip. That works. So I think the simplest way to
fix this issue is to add x-gvfs-show to the mount or fstab
man page. Those are the first place that most users of such a
feature are going to look.
On Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:27:39 +0200, Xen wrote:
>This guy spent 11 hours getting his WiFi kettle to work. Then when it
>worked, his internet-of-things Lights prompted for an updated, and
>subsequently stopped working. (While the update was running). His
>house was without lights.
Ralf Mardorf schreef op 11-10-2016 21:16:
"These are all practically unused options."
And they are. I have never come across a single file that had the
immutable bit set or I would have found out.
If the graphical tools don't support it it won't be much use unless
On Wed, 12 Oct 2016 09:23:11 -0500, amon wrote:
>So I think the simplest way to fix this issue is to add x-gvfs-show to
>the mount or fstab man page. Those are the first place that most users
>of such a feature are going to look.
I seriously doubt that an Ubuntu maintainer will patch those man
If a user needs special privileges to do something, then only grant the
user the required privileges, no need to give admin privileges.
If root does something, root can remount read only, set the immutable bit
temporarily, but most important, even the admin should only become root,
On 2016-10-12 10:38, Claus-Peter.Brockmann wrote:
W: Can't drop privileges for downloading as file
couldn't be accessed by user '_apt'. - pkgAcquire::Run (13: Keine
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