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Re: USB & BB Playbook

#11 Postby smilliken » Fri May 18, 2012 11:30 am

chippy52 wrote:could this be achieved from >> system settings >> removable devices, under device overrides, then check the entry under automount on attach.

Haven't tried this yet, but will. The above instructions works great on one computer, but not at all on another. The roaming IP address also creates a problem. Is it possible to add a line to the fstab or in udev to get it use the same IP address all of the time?
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