Since the upgrade to gnome 2.30 I am unable to remove a UFS formatted
USB file system. I unmounts (though it does not remove the mount-point
in /media. This is similar to a problem in earlier versions which was
fixed by changes to hald, but the changes are no longer effective.
When gnome-mount is called, it does dismount the device, but it
immediately re-mounts it, creating a new mount-point with an '_'
Previous problem involved the use of the disappearing /dev/ufs device
node, but it now happens regardless.
None to this point.
How-To-Repeat: Connect a USB formatted drive. Let it mount. Try to unmount,
eiterh from the menu or the CLI.
Fix synopsis and assign.
You need to provide everything documented at
http://www.freebsd.org/gnome/docs/halfaq.html#q4 for proper troubleshooting.
In particular the kern.geom.conftxt output will be useful here.
marcus 2010-08-29 17:51:18 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
Fix a bug where UFS file systems could not be properly unmounted. Part of this
was due to a logic bug introduced when I added support for "ufs/" labels.
Thanks to Andriy Gapon for ctching that.
Revision Changes Path
1.64 +1 -1 ports/sysutils/hal/Makefile
1.8 +7 -5 ports/sysutils/hal/files/patch-hald_hf-storage.c
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This has been fixed in hal. Thanks for reporting.