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See also sprers.eu+bug/ and sprers.eu?t= -- DBus error sprers.eue. DBus error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending location: sprers.eu - date: June 1, sprers.eu › show_bug. dbus error org.gtk.private

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PolicyKit confusion - DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending

Da Rockfreebsd-questions at sprers.eu
Fri Dec 23 UTC
On 12/23/11 , Da Rock wrote: > On 12/23/11 , Polytropon wrote: >> On Fri, 23 Dec +, Da Rock wrote: >>> I checked out /media/hal-* and I see that the mount occurs only as >>> root. >>> How do I change that exactly? I need it showing for operator group. >>> I've >>> searched high and low and googled my brains out, but anything remotely >>> related is for linux and udev. > I had a feeling you'd be replying to this one :) >> I think I remember I got it working some time ago >> (on a system), relying on the Gnome HAL FAQ >> which stated something like this: >>>> File: /usr/local/etc/PolicyKit/sprers.eu >>>> <config version=""> >>>> <match action="sprers.eu-removable"> >> <match user="marcus"> >> <return result="NNNNN"/> >> </match> >> </match> >>>> <match action="sprers.eu-fixed"> >> <match user="marcus"> >> <return result="NNNNN"/> >> </match> >> </match> >>>> </config> >>>> For "NNNNN", use your user name; I think you can also >> use more than one "match" section if you want to allow >> access for other users. However, I doubt all this >> HAL / DBUS / PolicyKit magic is really intended for >> multi-user purposes. :-) > Followed that and done that, didn't work. Although it does say > 'result="yes"' not "user". Sorry: that was the freebsd-gnome FAQ. >> Do you see any way of using "group" instead of "user"? >> Incidentally, the disk shows up (in case I wasn't being all too > clear), as a user I can't access it. And in the hal-tab it shows -u=0 > as I said. I hunted down that scenario and it sent me down a very > foggy path using hal-fdi's - setting -uid and -u settings. >> I then checked out /usr/local/share/hal/fdi/policy/ and found in some > files (particularly storage) the "key" options are set to "u=" or "uid=". Ok, more data: I believe I'm getting closer. If I set sprers.eu to match a user rather than a group I fail immediately with permission errors, same as before. However, if I use the group then I get: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending dbus-launch gnome-mount --verbose blah blah (as per instructions for debug output at freebsd-gnome hal faq) simply hangs, like this: dbus-launch gnome-mount --block --no-ui --verbose --hal-udi '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid__EF39' gnome-mount ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: Mounting /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid__EF39 ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: read default option 'longnames' from gconf strlist key /system/storage/default_options/vfat/mount_options ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: read default option '-u=' from gconf strlist key /system/storage/default_options/vfat/mount_options ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: Mounting /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid__EF39 with mount_point='', fstype='', num_options=2 ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: option='longnames' ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: option='-u=' Interestingly enough, if I try it with the user instead of group I get the last option there saying -u=0. And /media/.hal-mtab shows that too. In this case I get just .hal-mtab-lock file. Something interesting just happened- after 20mins or so nautilus barfs up a message about being unable to mount the drive: DBus error sprers.euy: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken. > So I'm still attempting to assimilate all that to produce something > other than a brainfart, and possibly restore balance to the force in > that way. >> Oh, and to preclude any suggestion to this effect, I have set > sprers.euunt=1. >> Note that HAL also has an option of "fixed mount points" >> to be set at compile time. I think I had set it > No. At least I don't think I set it. >> I'm also unsure if NFS mounts are "fixed" or "removable" >> in PK terminology. > Nothing is clear on any of this. Which nutcase designed this anyway? > Any documentation is vague and unclear, and the software config itself > is about as clear as the weather on venus- and just as toxic too ;) >> Regarding your second question, I can't provide any >> further information. I just assume it's a means to >> turn a safe multi-user system into an insecure >> single-user system, which is what users expect. :-) >>> Dear god! What is this world coming to? And yet they all clamour to > use the computer at the same time thats the scene I see in families > all the time, let alone work operations.

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Nov 17 ORADB kernel: [ ]     0             95   0       0             0 run-parts

Nov 17 ORADB kernel: [ ]     0             91   0       0             0 0anacron

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Nov 17 ORADB kernel: Out of memory: Kill process (oracle) score 20 or sacrifice child

Nov 17 ORADB kernel: Killed process , UID , (oracle) total-vmkB, anon-rsskB, file-rsskB

Nov 17 ORADB gnome-keyring-daemon[]: GVFS-RemoteVolumeMonitor: cannot remove match rule 'type='signal',interface='sprers.euVolumeMonitor',sender='sprers.euumeMonitor',': sprers.euy: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.

Nov 17 ORADB gnome-keyring-daemon[]: GVFS-RemoteVolumeMonitor: cannot remove match rule 'type='signal',interface='sprers.eu',member='NameOwnerChanged',arg0='sprers.euumeMonitor'': sprers.eunected: Connection is closed

Nov 17 ORADB gnome-keyring-daemon[]: dbus failure unregistering from session: Connection is closed

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Filesystem       Inodes   IUsed    IFree IUse% Mounted on

/dev/xvda1              1  % /

tmpfs                   5       1% /dev/shm

/dev/xvdb1             1% /u01

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[Bug ] Re: Fails repeatably with "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found"

David Tombssprers.eu at sprers.eu
Wed Nov 13 UTC
Please don't change status without a comment. Thanks. ** Changed in: usb-creator (Ubuntu) Status: New => Confirmed ** Changed in: usb-creator (Ubuntu) Assignee: marek duda (marek-duda) => (unassigned) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Foundations Bugs, which is subscribed to usb-creator in Ubuntu. sprers.eu Title: Fails repeatably with "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found" Status in &#;nautilus&#; package in Ubuntu: Invalid Status in &#;usb-creator&#; package in Ubuntu: Confirmed Status in &#;nautilus&#; package in CentOS: Invalid Bug description: Binary package hint: usb-creator I'm trying to reformat a 4GB USB stick using usb-creator to put karmic-moblin-remix-iiso on it. 1. Run usb-creator-gtk 2. usb-creator shows /dev/sdb with exclamation mark, /dev/sdb with storage icon 3. I select /dev/sdb and click "Format" 4. I get a dialog with "Unable to mount GB Filesystem" "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found" 5. I dismiss the dialog 6. I try again to format, instead using /dev/sdb1 7. I get an identical error 8. /dev/sdb1 disappears from the list ProblemType: Bug Architecture: amd64 Date: Thu Oct 22 DistroRelease: Ubuntu Package: usb-creator PackageArchitecture: all ProcEnviron: LC_COLLATE=C PATH=(custom, user) LANG=en_sprers.eu-8 SHELL=/bin/zsh ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu generic SourcePackage: usb-creator Uname: Linux generic x86_64 To manage notifications about this bug go to: sprers.eu+source/nautilus/+bug//+subscriptions

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cannot launch software-properties-gtk: sprers.eueUnknown: The name was not provided by any .service files

all of these applications fail to launch on Ubuntu

from a terminal I get this error when I launch

here is output from running

I have encountered this on several different laptops running Ubuntu none of the suggestions helped as referenced in

App “Software & Updates” not responding

sprers.eu+source/software-properties/+bug/

on a spanking new Ubuntu install this works OK however after a day or two this failure starts happening many others share this bug anyone solve this ?

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    "DBus error org gtk Private RemoteVolumeMonitor Failed"

    Hi,

    since some time I use Knoppix as live DVD (I do not remember whether the problem did not exist with version which I used before.
    I am working with an usb-drive Intenso 2,5&quot; GB - which I connect to the usb-adapter after knoppix is started.
    When I start the file manager PCManFM and select this USB-Drive I get the error:
    DBus error org gtk Private RemoteVolumeMonitor Failed: An operation is already pending.
    I think I have seen this message more often - and I clicked &quot;close&quot; on the message box and I copied files to the knoppix directory and worked with them and I copied back the file back to the external file without problems.
    But this time I thougth, I should check what this message means. I am worried about my data.
    Looking in google for this error I got much results e.g.:
    sprers.eu?t=&page=2

    The first report was from and I am wondering why a so old problem is already not solved.
    The error seems not to be dependent of PCManFM, it seems also to happen on console.
    There are many ideas of solutions. But I am not able to appreciate the solutions because I am a newby with Linux.
    I looked what d-bus is doing in the English wiki
    D-Bus is an inter-process communication (IPC) open-source system for software applications to communicate with one another.
    But I really do not understand what the message
    DBus error org gtk Private RemoteVolumeMonitor Failed: An operation is already pending
    Is this an error which source is DBus - or is DBus only used to send the message to the desktop.
    Is gtk only specified because gtk uses DBus for the communication.
    What is the RemoteVolumeMonitor?

    Is the real message only &quot;An operation is already pending&quot;
    When yes, where can I find more information which operation is meant?
    Is this a problem or is it normal and pending operations are processed in a queue without problems?

    Maybe someone could help me.

    Thanks in advance for reading and thinking about my problem.

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dbus error sprers.eu

DBus error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending

location: sprers.eu - date: June 1,
I'm new to ubuntu so i have little to no experience dealing with this problem *-cdrom description: DVD reader product: CDRW/DVD SNS vendor: SAMSUNG physical id: bus info: [email&#;protected] logical name: /dev/cdrom logical name: /dev/cdrw logical name: /dev/dvd logical name: /dev/scd0 logical name: /dev/sr0 logical name: /media/cdrom0 version: U capabilities: removable audio cd-r cd-rw dvd configuration: ansiversion=5 sprers.eu=udf sprers.eus=ro,nosuid,nodev,utf8 state=mounted status=ready *-medium physical id: 0 logical name: /dev/cdrom logical name: /media/cdrom0 configuration: sprers.eu=udf sprers.eus=ro,nosuid,nodev,utf8 state=mou

DBus Error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending

location: sprers.eu - date: May 10,
Hello, good noon. My computer is a notebook. Lagi na itong lumalabas na error pero ngayon ko lang na post ito. Ito yong error lumalabas everytime mag-plug ako ng flash drive. "DBus Error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending" My question is: 1. Why I am getting this error everytime I plug my flash drive? Thanks and God bless.

DBus Error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending

location: sprers.eu - date: May 10,
Hello, good noon. My computer is a notebook. I have an error here which appears everytime I plug a flash drive. The error is: "DBus Error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending" My question is: 1. Why I am getting this error everytime I plug my flash drive? Thanks and God bless.

DBus Error sprers.eu:

location: sprers.eu - date: November 16,
I've got a problem, my laptop on seems to of crashed while I was out and not it won't boot up. Running Ubuntu via the Live CD and try to open my hard-drive I receive the follow message: DBus Error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending I'm not able to mount the hard-drive. Anyone able to help me with this problem?

DBus error sprers.eu:An operation is already pending

location: sprers.eu - date: March 27,
The term Remote Volume Manager appears to be used in involved networked type systems. This is a bare bones home computer not requiring private volumes to be managed remotely by pending operations, whatever that means What is sprers.eu? This issue was already reported in June by ThirdBias and was written off as a bug in the kernel at the time: sprers.eu?t= Several kernels later, I am experiencing the same problem under Lucid when unmounting a USB stick off-line. As I do not believe this to be a kernel issue, I am inviting comments from the experts. Thanks!

DBus error sprers.euy: Message did not receive a reply

location: sprers.eu - date: January 19,
When trying to connect my iPhone via USB I get the error: Unable to Mount Brads iPhone: DBus error sprers.euy: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus) I searched on google and came to a Mandriva thread and the solution was because the user had 4G of RAM the install attempted to run/use the server repositories/files instead of the desktops. Could this be a possibility with Linux?

DBus error sprers.euy: Message did not receive a reply

location: sprers.eu - date: January 19,
When trying to connect my iPhone via USB I get the error: Unable to Mount Brads iPhone: DBus error sprers.euy: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus) I searched on google and came to a Mandriva thread and the solution was because the user had 4G of RAM the install attempted to run/use the server repositories/files instead of the desktops. Could this be a possibility with Linux?

DBus Error sprers.eu???

location: sprers.eu - date: January 16,
Everytime I mount my gb Slave drive i get this error but then it still mounts like nothing happendwhat is this error?? "DBus error sprers.euy: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken."

DBus error sprers.euy: Message did not receive a reply

location: sprers.eu - date: November 6,
ok, so i am getting the following error when connect via Places > Connect to Server on a SMB/Windows Share, but i am wondering if i can increase the number of retires the DBus makes before reporting an error? DBus error sprers.euy: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus)

Warning sprers.euy

location: sprers.eu - date: January 10,
When a mount a cdrom with a large number of pictures, I always get a dialogbox with the following message : sprers.euy : Did not receive a reply. Possible cause include: the remote application did not sent a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired or the network connection was broken. This happens to be only a warning as after a few seconds, the cdrom gets mounted and the files are being displayed. Looks as if the timeout set is too sharp for my hardware. How can I prevent this message as it seems rather harmless, but is rather annoying when you mount a cdrom.

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[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadPhillip Susi

This package has been removed from Ubuntu. Closing all related bugs, dbus error org.gtk.private. ** Changed in: gnome-mount (Ubuntu) Status: Confirmed = Invalid -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. sprers.eu Title: DBus keyboard/interface error kbc bat test failed sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt To manage notifications about this bug go to: sprers.eu+source/gnome-mount/+bug//+subscriptions -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadMarcRandolph

See also dbus error org.gtk.private and sprers.eu?t= -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadBryce Harrington

I'm able to confirm this against karmic with current updates as of Aug 25th. Steps I used to reproduce: 1. Open dbus error org.gtk.private to /media 2. Insert disk, wait for it to automount (new window pops up) 3. In /media window, right click. Unmount is shown, but Eject isn't (bug ) 4. Click Unmount. Dbus error message is shown. seb, this bug looks worthwhile to send upstream, dbus error org.gtk.private. At the least, the error message could be made less cryptic since it's going to be quite easy for end users to run into, dbus error org.gtk.private. ** Changed in: gnome-mount (Ubuntu) Status: New = Confirmed -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadVinicius Camargo

The same to me. The contents of my /etc/fstab is: proc/proc procdefaults0 0 # / was on /dev/sda1 during installation UUID=9b05cd4dce-aebc / ext4 relatime,errors=remount-ro 0 1 # /home was on /dev/sda3 during installation UUID=dd1b8-df2-a73d-bbf /home ext4relatime 0 2 # swap was on /dev/sda5 during installation UUID=b3d1cdeccaedbfb4ee noneswapsw 0 0 -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadDavid Kohen

Paste the contents of your /etc/fstab please, dbus error org.gtk.private. -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu Config failed tftp unspecified error received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee, dbus error org.gtk.private. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

Threadusr

The same for me, with dbus error org.gtk.private clean installation of Ubuntuafter I canceled a dvd-burn simulation. DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadDavid Kohen

What does your last comment mean? -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu dbus error org.gtk.private ] Dbus error org.gtk.private DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

it means that the bug is waiting for a bug triager now to use your instruction to confirm the bug and send to the people writting the code to the GNOME bug tracker, ubuntu only distribute the software and doesn't write it -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

to confirm and send to sprers.eu by somebody having the issue ** Changed in: gnome-mount (Ubuntu) Status: Incomplete = New ** Changed in: gnome-mount (Ubuntu) Assignee: (unassigned) = Ubuntu Desktop Bugs (desktop-bugs) -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received dbus error org.gtk.private bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

no, it doesn't use dbus, you can probably see the command used by looking at the processus displaying sony hdd format error error dialog you get -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on Dbus error org.gtk.private eject attempt

ThreadDavid Kohen

It turns out that my fstab contained /media/cdrom as a mountpoint, even though it is a soft-link and it tried to umount according to it, so it failed. I got another message as well: There was an error ejecting the volume or drive. sprers.eunFailure: eject: tried to use `/media/cdrom0' as device name but it is no block device eject: tried to use `/media/cdrom0' as device name but it is no block device eject: unable to find or open device for: `/media/cdrom' adding a 0 to the mountpoint in fstab did the trick, but gnome-mount should be able to handle these soft-links, just like command line mount does. Can you change the priority to wishist? -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

could you describe exactly how to configure it in a buggy way? ** Package changed: gvfs (Ubuntu) = gnome-mount (Ubuntu) ** Changed in: gnome-mount (Ubuntu) Importance: Low = Wishlist -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

thank you mysql create table timestamp error your bug report, does gnome-eject works when you get the issue? ** Changed in: gvfs (Ubuntu) Importance: Undecided = Low ** Changed in: gvfs (Ubuntu) Status: New = Incomplete dbus error org.gtk.private DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadDavid Kohen

gnome-eject returns without doing anything and doesn't give out any error. When trying with -v it outputs the version: $ gnome-eject -ve /media/cdrom0/ gnome-mount $ Should it be run with sudo? the normal eject works without superuser privs -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

what about gnome-eject -vbd device? -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug dbus error org.gtk.private because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadSebastien Bacher

that doesn't really makes sense nautilus only call gnome-eject -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadDavid Kohen

-vbd works So I assume this means it's not a gnome-mount issue? gnome-eject -vbd /dev/sr0 gnome-mount ** (gnome-eject): DEBUG: Ejecting /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_label_MyPal_Bonus_CD Device /dev/sr0 is in /etc/fstab with mount point /media/cdrom Ejected /dev/sr0 (using /etc/fstab). -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, dbus error org.gtk.private, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu, dbus error org.gtk.private. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

[Bug ] Re: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt

ThreadDavid Kohen

Doesn't nautilus call gnome-eject using D-Bus? Could it be a D-Bus issue? -- DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending on CD eject attempt sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in ubuntu. -- desktop-bugs mailing list [email protected] sprers.eu

PolicyKit confusion - DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending

Da Rockfreebsd-questions at sprers.eu
Fri Dec 23 UTC
On 12/23/11Da Rock wrote: > On 12/23/11Polytropon wrote: >> On Fri, 23 Dec +, Da Rock wrote: >>> I checked out /media/hal-* and I see that the mount occurs only as >>> root. >>> How do I change that exactly? I need it showing for operator group. >>> I've >>> searched high and low and googled my brains out, but anything remotely >>> related is for linux and udev. > I had a feeling you'd be replying to this one :) >> I think I remember I got it working some time ago >> (on a system), relying on the Gnome HAL FAQ >> which stated something like this: >>>> File: /usr/local/etc/PolicyKit/sprers.eu >>>> <config version=""> >>>> <match action="sprers.eu-removable"> >> <match user="marcus"> >> <return result="NNNNN"/> >> </match> >> </match> >>>> <match action="sprers.eu-fixed"> >> <match user="marcus"> >> <return result="NNNNN"/> >> </match> >> </match> >>>> </config> >>>> For "NNNNN", use your user name; I think you can also >> use more than one "match" section if you want to allow >> access for other users. However, dbus error org.gtk.private, I doubt all this >> HAL / DBUS / PolicyKit magic is really intended for >> multi-user purposes. :-) > Followed that and done that, dbus error org.gtk.private, didn't work. Although it does say > 'result="yes"' not "user". Sorry: that was the freebsd-gnome FAQ. >> Do you see any way of using "group" instead of "user"? >> Incidentally, the disk shows up (in case I wasn't being all too > clear), as a user I can't access it. And in the hal-tab it shows -u=0 > as I said. I hunted down that scenario and it sent me down a very > foggy path using hal-fdi's - setting -uid and -u settings. >> I then checked out /usr/local/share/hal/fdi/policy/ and found in some > files (particularly storage) the "key" options are set to "u=" or "uid=". Ok, more data: I believe I'm getting closer. If I set sprers.eu to match a user rather than a group I fail immediately with permission errors, same as before. However, if I use the group then I get: DBus error sprers.eu: An operation is already pending dbus-launch gnome-mount --verbose blah blah (as per instructions for debug output at freebsd-gnome hal faq) simply hangs, like this: dbus-launch gnome-mount --block --no-ui --verbose --hal-udi '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid__EF39' gnome-mount ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: Mounting /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid__EF39 ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: read default option 'longnames' from gconf strlist key /system/storage/default_options/vfat/mount_options ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: read default option '-u=' from gconf strlist key /system/storage/default_options/vfat/mount_options ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: Mounting /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid__EF39 with mount_point='', fstype='', num_options=2 ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: option='longnames' ** (gnome-mount): DEBUG: option='-u=' Interestingly enough, if I try it with the user instead of group I get the last option there saying -u=0. And /media/.hal-mtab shows that too. In this case I get just .hal-mtab-lock file. Something interesting just happened- after 20mins or so nautilus barfs up a message about being unable to mount the drive: DBus error sprers.euy: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken. > So I'm still attempting to assimilate all that to produce something > other than a brainfart, and possibly restore balance to the force 550 file system error mkdir exist > that way. >> Oh, and to preclude any suggestion to this effect, dbus error org.gtk.private, I have set > sprers.euunt=1. php socket bind error Dbus error org.gtk.private that HAL also has an option of "fixed mount points" >> to be set at compile time, dbus error org.gtk.private. I think 3d anti terrorism swat 3.jar had set it > No. At least I don't think I set it. >> I'm also unsure if NFS mounts are "fixed" or "removable" >> in PK terminology. > Nothing is clear on any of this. Which nutcase designed this anyway? > Any documentation is vague and unclear, and the software config itself > is about as clear as the weather on venus- and just as toxic too ;) >> Regarding your second question, I can't provide any >> further information. I just assume it's a means to >> turn a safe multi-user system into an insecure >> single-user system, which is what users expect, dbus error org.gtk.private. :-) >>> Dear god! What is this world coming to? And yet they all clamour to > use the computer at the same time thats the scene I see in families > all the time, let alone work operations.

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[Bug ] Re: Fails repeatably with "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found"

David Tombssprers.eu at sprers.eu
Wed Nov 13 UTC
Please don't change status without a comment. Thanks. ** Changed in: usb-creator (Ubuntu) Status: New => Confirmed ** Changed in: usb-creator (Ubuntu) Assignee: marek duda (marek-duda) => (unassigned) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Foundations Bugs, which is subscribed to usb-creator in Ubuntu, dbus error org.gtk.private. sprers.eu Title: Fails repeatably with "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found" Status in &#;nautilus&#; package in Ubuntu: Invalid Status in &#;usb-creator&#; package in Ubuntu: Confirmed Status in &#;nautilus&#; package in CentOS: Invalid Bug description: Binary package hint: usb-creator I'm trying to reformat a 4GB USB stick using usb-creator to put karmic-moblin-remix-iiso on it. 1. Run usb-creator-gtk 2. usb-creator shows /dev/sdb with exclamation mark, dbus error org.gtk.private, /dev/sdb with storage icon 3. I select /dev/sdb and click "Format" 4. I get a dialog with "Unable to mount GB Filesystem" "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found" 5. I dismiss the dialog 6, dbus error org.gtk.private. I try again to format, instead using /dev/sdb1 7. I get an identical error 8. /dev/sdb1 disappears from the list ProblemType: Bug Architecture: amd64 Date: Thu Oct 22 DistroRelease: Ubuntu Package: usb-creator PackageArchitecture: all ProcEnviron: LC_COLLATE=C PATH=(custom, user) LANG=en_sprers.eu-8 SHELL=/bin/zsh ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu generic SourcePackage: usb-creator Uname: Linux generic x86_64 To manage notifications about this bug go to: sprers.eu+source/nautilus/+bug//+subscriptions

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[Bug ] [NEW] Fails repeatably dbus error org.gtk.private "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found"

Launchpad Bug Tracker at sprers.eu
Wed Apr 9 UTC
You have been subscribed to a public bug: Binary package hint: usb-creator I'm trying to reformat a 4GB USB stick using usb-creator to put karmic- moblin-remix-iiso on it. 1. Run usb-creator-gtk 2. usb-creator shows /dev/sdb with from dust error opening bigfile mark, /dev/sdb with storage icon 3. I select /dev/sdb and click "Format" 4. I get a dialog with "Unable to mount GB Filesystem" "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found" 5, dbus error org.gtk.private. I dismiss the dialog 6. I try again to format, instead using /dev/sdb1 7. I get an identical error 8. /dev/sdb1 regqueryvalueex 234 error from the list ProblemType: Bug Architecture: amd64 Date: Thu Oct 22 DistroRelease: Ubuntu Package: usb-creator PackageArchitecture: all ProcEnviron: LC_COLLATE=C PATH=(custom, user) LANG=en_sprers.eu-8 SHELL=/bin/zsh ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu generic SourcePackage: usb-creator Uname: Linux generic x86_64 ** Affects: nautilus (Ubuntu) Importance: Low Status: Invalid ** Affects: nautilus (CentOS) Importance: Undecided Status: Invalid ** Affects: usb-creator (Ubuntu) Importance: Medium Status: Confirmed ** Tags: amd64 apport-bug iso-testing -- Fails repeatably with "DBus error sprers.eund: The given volume was not found" sprers.eu You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Foundations Bugs, which is subscribed to usb-creator in Ubuntu.

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    "DBus error org gtk Private RemoteVolumeMonitor Failed"

    Hi,

    since some time I use Knoppix as live DVD (I do not remember whether the problem did not exist with version which I dbus error org.gtk.private before.
    I am working with an usb-drive Intenso 2,5&quot; GB - which I connect to the usb-adapter after knoppix is started.
    When I start the file manager PCManFM and select this USB-Drive I get the error:
    DBus error org gtk Private RemoteVolumeMonitor Failed: An operation is already pending.
    I think I have seen this message more often - and I clicked &quot;close&quot; on the message box and I copied files to the knoppix directory and worked with them and I copied back the file back to the external file without problems.
    But this time I thougth, I should check what this message means. I am worried about my data.
    Looking in google for this error I got much results e.g.:
    sprers.eu?t=&page=2

    The first report was from and I am wondering why a so old problem is already not solved.
    The error seems not to be dependent of PCManFM, it seems also to happen on console.
    There are many ideas of solutions, dbus error org.gtk.private. But I am not q_object vtable error to appreciate the solutions because I am a newby with Linux.
    I looked what d-bus is doing in the English wiki
    D-Bus dbus error org.gtk.private an inter-process communication (IPC) open-source system for software applications to communicate with one another.
    But I really do not understand what the message
    DBus error org gtk Private RemoteVolumeMonitor Failed: An operation is already pending
    Is this an error which source is DBus - or is DBus only used to send the message to the desktop.
    Is gtk only specified because gtk uses DBus for the communication.
    What is the RemoteVolumeMonitor?

    Is the real message only &quot;An operation is already pending&quot;
    When yes, where can I find more information which operation is meant?
    Is this a problem or is it normal and pending operations are processed in a queue without problems?

    Maybe someone could help me.

    Thanks in advance for reading and thinking about my problem.

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