Gnome unmounting of drive issue
Date: Sat, 15 May 2004 01:42:35 GMT
I am running SuSE 9.1 and have Gnome 2.4 installed. I set up a hard drive
and I want to be able to access a partition. The partition is formatted
with reiser and I can mount and umount it with the command line utilities.
I can mount the drive in Gnome no problem by right clicking and choosing
the partition from the Disks menu. But when I try and unmount the
partition, my system freezes! I have to do a hard reboot to be able to
work with the system again. Has anyone else seen this or better yet, does
anyone know how to fix it?
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