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Old 16th January 2008, 01:18 AM
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Unhappy Overnight loss of ability to mount volumes in Fedora 8

I'm a newie to Fedora so this had got me baffled. I have Fedora 8, kernel 2.6.23.9-85. On Monday I could load CD's, DVD's, USB stick's etc. That evening I had tried using WINE to load some software. No problems there. But yesterday suddenly I cannot load any volume at all and keep getting the same message: "Cannot load volume - can not lock \media\.hal (something)" Any ideas about what I need to do?!
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