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in Slack 12. never had this problem in Slack11, maybe i did something different in setup

i have had slack but used it on and off (mainly used XP on other partition) anyway just installed 12 and trying to transfer files for ndiswrapper via flash disk...doesnt mount and konqueror gives a HAL error??

I burned files to CD but it wont mount a cd gives error

it says a security feature prevents sender from sending message which doesn't even make sense; i am logged in directly as root so yeah....

then it says HAL somewhere in there lol.....

although i could not mount / view files in the CD or flash disk, K3B read the CD and i was able to burn the image to HD.

its an .iso (normal image file) how do i view the files within?? in windows just right click iso and open or explore...
    
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Download Daemon tools and you can mount the .iso and it'll show up like a virtual cd that acts like a real one. An .iso is an disc image that hasn't been burned yet.
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Quote:
mkdir /mnt/cd && mount -o loop -t iso9660 /dev/cdrom /mnt/cd
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mkdir /mnt/iso && mount -o loop -t iso9660 /path/to/.iso /mnt/iso
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Download Daemon tools and you can mount the .iso and it'll show up like a virtual cd that acts like a real one. An .iso is an disc image that hasn't been burned yet.
if you dont know what you are talking about then dont try to help me plz... read my OP again. i know perfectly well what an iso is and i have explained/showed that; plus this problem is in slack. daemon tools is good for windows though; i use it for ... yeah
    
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There is a simple solution:
1) Enable HAL and D-BUS:
Code:

chmod +x /etc/rc.d/rc.messagebus
/etc/rc.d/rc.messagebus start
chmod +x /etc/rc.d/rc.hald
/etc/rc.d/rc.hald start
2) Install package vsupdfstab-0.1-noarch-0.tgz:
Code:
wget http://vslivecd.openfmi.net/slp/a/vsupdfstab-0.1-noarch-0.tgz
wget http://vslivecd.openfmi.net/slp/a/vsupdfstab-0.1-noarch-0.tgz.md5
md5sum -c vsupdfstab-0.1-noarch-0.tgz.md5
su -c "installpkg vsupdfstab-0.1-noarch-0.tgz"
Don't edit /etc/fstab - this program will do it ;-)

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