[PC-BSD Testing] pcbsd-snapshot-20120605 pc-mounttray test

user10508 at gmail.com user10508 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 13 08:44:33 PDT 2012


After a fresh boot, 

test 1.

The mounttray applet, on gnome-panel notification
area was ended by clicking on the mounttray icon and then clicking
on the close tray option on the popup item list. 

A pc-mounttray command was issued via terminal which produced the
following:   

Begin terminal output:

[colby at pcbsd-1403] ~% sudo pc-mounttray
Locale: "en" 
pc-mounttray: starting up 
User detected: "colby" 
File manager detected: "openwith" 
Existing devices discovered: 
 -  "/dev/ada0s1"  ->  "SATA-Device-0" ,  "SATA:::FAT" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s2"  ->  "SATA-Device-1" ,  "SATA:::NTFS" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s3"  ->  "SATA-Device-2" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s4"  ->  "SATA-Device-3" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s5"  ->  "SATA-Device-4" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s6"  ->  "SATA-Device-5" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s7"  ->  "SATA-Device-6" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s8"  ->  "SATA-Device-7" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 

End terminal output.

A usb flash drive was inserted. A popup notification appeared
indicating a new device had been connected and USB-Device-0 was added
to the mounttray item list. 

The following new text appeared in the terminal window where the
pc-mounttray command was issued:

Begin additional terminal output:

New device detected: "USB-Device-0" "/dev/da0s1" "USB:::FAT"

End additional terminal output. 

In nautilus, at /media on the file system, a directory entry for
USB-Device-0 was present. The directory was empty. There was no entry
for /dev/da0s1.

I mounted /dev/da0s1 on /mnt via the following command:

sudo mount -t msdos /dev/da0s1 /mnt

The mount was successful with some system noise about -t msdos. All
files and directories were present as expected on /mnt.

Unmounting the file system via:

sudo umount /mnt

was uneventful.

 
Test 2.

In a terminal window I issued the following command:

Begin command and command output:

[colby at pcbsd-1403] ~% ps ax | grep pc-
1803 ??  I      0:00.54 /usr/local/bin/pc-systemupdatertray
1810 ??  I      0:00.01 sudo pc-nettray wlan0
2619 ??  S      0:02.99 pc-nettray wlan0
7795  0  S+     0:00.00 grep pc-
[colby at pcbsd-1403] ~% 

End command and command output.

In nautilus, /media had an empty directory for USB-Device-0

I inserted a usb flash drive. The result was uneventful.

I issued the following command in a terminal window:

Begin command and command output:


[colby at pcbsd-1403] ~% sudo pc-mounttray
Locale: "en" 
pc-mounttray: starting up 
User detected: "colby" 
File manager detected: "openwith" 
Existing devices discovered: 
 -  "/dev/ada0s1"  ->  "SATA-Device-0" ,  "SATA:::FAT" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s2"  ->  "SATA-Device-1" ,  "SATA:::NTFS" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s3"  ->  "SATA-Device-2" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s4"  ->  "SATA-Device-3" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s5"  ->  "SATA-Device-4" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s6"  ->  "SATA-Device-5" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s7"  ->  "SATA-Device-6" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/ada0s8"  ->  "SATA-Device-7" ,  "SATA:::UNKNOWN" 
 -  "/dev/da0"  ->  "USB-Device-0" ,  "USB:::UNKNOWN" 



End command and command output.


"USB:::UNKNOWN" as per above is, I think, interesting.


In nautilus, /media still had an empty directory for USB-Device-0. /mnt
was empty.


Mounting /dev/da0s1 was uneventful, as above; /mnt directory contents
were as above and unmounting as above, was uneventful.



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