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I am a software developer who is also interested in business. I thoroughly enjoy the "people" aspect of software (interfacing with customers, users, etc) and I love working hard to solve a difficult problem. I have experience in Java, C#, ASP.NET, Javascript, and a little bit of C++ and a smattering of other languages. I have a great deal of experience with HCI and designing user interfaces.


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comment Cannot Recognize ISO in Fedora Core 1 (Yarrow) in VMWare View Player
You misunderstood my question. Fedora Core 1 runs great in VMWare View Player. It's just that, when I go to install VMWare Tools, it has some problems reading the CD. I was wondering why it wouldn't correctly mount the CD.
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answered Device is Mounting as Read Only (Can Copy Files as Root)
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comment Device is Mounting as Read Only (Can Copy Files as Root)
I'm not mounting them manually at first. usbmount is doing that automatically. However, for some reason, it is mounting read only. I need to get usbmount and pmount to work together so-to-speak. As far as nautilus / thunar, I am not using those directly. (I pretty much do everything via command line.) I do have udisks installed, however. I think usbmount brings that down.
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Additional information learned through discussion.
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comment Device is Mounting as Read Only (Can Copy Files as Root)
@UlrichDangel - Yes. Use pmount to allow normal users to mount and automount via usbmount (was looking for a lightweight solution since this isn't a powerful machine).
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comment Device is Mounting as Read Only (Can Copy Files as Root)
@jippie - I'm using Ubuntu Server (specifically).
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comment Device is Mounting as Read Only (Can Copy Files as Root)
@jippie - Updated. Thank you.
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