I have today set up a new installation of Linux Mint and it is
exhibiting the same symptoms as my installation of Squeeze as follows
- I have a USB stick permanently plugged in (for backup purposes) and
when the system boots the stick is not mounted. When I first installed
it mounted ok and I could see it on the desktop, but now I have to
physically unplug and replug the stick to get the system to mount it.
I think this behaviour may have occurred after I installed a trial
version of NOD32 antivirus for Linux (on both systems), but I'm not
certain. I stopped NOD32 from starting at boot but this doesn't make
any difference, so I don't know if that is the cause or maybe some
other software update. Any ideas would be welcome.
My knowledge is pretty elementary at this level but I have run the
following 2 commands to check that the device is recognised:
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