Can anyone diagnose this thunar-volman error please?
cl at isbd.net
Sun Mar 18 12:34:25 CET 2012
On Sun, Mar 18, 2012 at 11:19:48AM +0000, Chris Green wrote:
> Is there something possibly broken/invalid/permissions with my
> $HOME/.gvfs mount point?
Another little experiment may give a bit of a clue. I unmounted .gvfs
and then deleted $HOME/.gvfs on the working system, on rebooting .gvfs
is recreated and everything works normally. Doing the same thing on the
non-working system .gvfs isn't re-created, i.e. whatever starts up the
whole gvfs thing is failing pretty early on.
By the way automounting doesn't work for *any* user on the non-working
system, so it's almost certainly not something misconfigured in my login
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