Thanks for the reply deano, it was actually one of your posts that I followed to try getting it working.
But sadly I still get the dreaded org.freedesktop.youare.not.allowed.to.do.this.stupid.error.message nonsense :D.
I added this to -
But everything else in that file is set to allow already so I don’t think it makes a difference.
/usr/share/PolicyKit/policy/org.freedesktop.hal.storage.policy contains -
<description>Mount file systems from internal drives.</description>
<message>System policy prevents mounting internal media</message>
<description>Mount file systems from removable drives.</description>
<message>System policy prevents mounting removable media</message>
As you can see, I changed everything to yes, then restarted hal (I assume!) by issuing the command -
The problem is that dolphin will not allow me to mount FAT volumes on my USB stick (I can do it as root from the command line ok).
I can mount my USB disk drive (encrypted LUKS partition) with Dolphin when used locally, but not when I do it remotely through an ssh’d dolphin (another story though!). So that’s not a problem.
I’ve compared all the files in /usr/share/PolicyKit/policy to my other updated KDE 4.3.1 machine, and they all seem to be identical.
Here’s a screenshot of what I get -
Seeing as this is my server, I didn’t restart it between edits believing that a hal restart was enough, is that my mistake?
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