Do Menu Editor and Shell need different commands?
Brian McKee wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 3:07 PM, Stephen Constantinou
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I think the reason is that while the shell would rightly prompt me for a
>> password for the user, I do not get to see or input this password when
>> it is run from the Menu command.
> To do the same in a GUI - use gksu instead of sudo
> But can't you just put it in the fstab so it mounts on start up, then
> unmount it via right click when you don't want it anymore?
Thanks for all the replies. I cannot test them all but I did test an
off list suggestion that left me a bit embarrassed - it was such a
Back in Menu editor, select the Advanced tab and put a tick in Run in
Terminal. A shell opens with a prompt to enter the password, I enter it
and the mounting or unmounting is performed. I worked through this afew
times and there are no issues I can see.
Now the partition is mounted at start up via fsab. I can unmount it
from the menu. If I want it mounted again I have a menu option.
Brian - I would like to unmount via a right click, but in Konqueror at
least a right click does not give me that option. I am very interested
in your solution. Can you tell me more?
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