Thursday, April 12, 2012

ubuntu: can't unmount disk drive using disk mounter

I use disk mounter to manage my devices, whether to mount them or unmount them. It has worked fine up until I experimented with NFTS configuration tool. I played around with it, did some clicks, then it (NTFS configuration tool) says doing autoconfiguration. After that, it seems that Disk Mounter has lost the rights to mount and unmount my hard disk. Even if I go to Places > (Disk drive name), I get the error 'Unable to mount {disk name here} Error mounting:mount exited with exit code 1:helper failed with:mount:only root can mount /dev/sdb1 on /media/{disk name here}".

Is there a way to revert it back to how it was?

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