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When I boot into GhostBSD the desktop will automount my windows directory twice and also some errors with hal. So I will get scsi meta-data and meta-data.
The error with hal is [Cannot mount volume
Also the scsi meta-data drives cannot be opened. The meta-data drive or partitions are what they are, open just fine.
Do you know how to fix it?
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I do not remember if Gnome policy kit install, if it is install you should see in System>Preference>Authorizations there you can make change.
Go to org>freedesktop>hal>storage.
You it might be something in there.
I have to stop to be always in root to do a better user land for GHostBSD.
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