CDs not automounting as user
I’ve installed udev, hal, and gnome-volume-manager in hopes of getting my CDs to mount automatically when inserted. It works perfectly—that is, when I’m logged in as root. When I’m logged in as user, however, I still have to mount manually. Anyone have any ideas? I figure it’s a permissions problem, but I’m not sure which permissions to modify. I’ve rewritten udev rules, chmod’ed the mount points, but no dice. Google has not been especially helpful either.
Running Debian sid, by the way.
(Of course, if you need any more specific info, feel free to ask and I’ll see what I can do.)
UPDATE: Turns out that I didn't have the necessary permissions to execute /usr/bin/pmount. Fixed! (Now, to get Nautilus to display discs inserted in my drive as such, not as hard drives! If it ain't one thing, it's another...)