MP3 player fails to mount. [SOLVED]
k5di at zianet.com
Tue Jul 10 20:14:00 UTC 2007
Todd Zullinger wrote:
> Mark Haney wrote:
>> Yep, starting udev backup fixed it.
> Oh, glad you worked past my typo (it's udevd -d :).
>> I'd have never thought to check to see if that was not running.
> I learned the hard way after poking a bit when my ipod decides not to
> mount automatically.
>> I wonder what caused it to fail?
> That I don't know. I don't think I noticed anything in the logs when
> it has died. Do you see anything in yours?
> It doesn't happen often and I've yet to look much at bugzilla to see
> if someone else has reported this. I didn't think I had enough info
> to file a bug about it. But considering that it clearly happens to
> more people than just me, it might be a good idea to see if it's been
> reported and report it if not. The maintainer may well have better
> ideas for how to debug it and catch what's caused it to die.
> A quick search in bugzilla doesn't lead me to anything obvious, but
> there are 47 bugs found for the udev package with udevd in the
> comments and I haven't done anything more than peruse the summaries.
> Would you have time to peak at some of them and file a bug if none
> cover the case of it just dying? If you do, let me know and I'll add
> a note confirming that it happens for me sometimes too. :)
I just checked and got this:
[root at localhost ~]# ps -A | grep udev
395 ? 00:00:01 udevd
[root at localhost ~]#
So it's working on this F7 at a random time.
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