Debian 9 - After RetroPie Install - Any SD card plugged to my computer are mounted with root privileges instead of my local user...
blackmennewstyle last edited by blackmennewstyle
I managed to install Retropie on on GNU/Linux Debian 9 but i'm facing a slightly annoying behavior, every time i plugged a SD Card to my computer, it is mounting with root privileges instead of my user and if i uninstall completely RetroPie from my computer, everything is back to normal, SD Cards are mounting with my user privileges.
What am i missing here?
Efriim last edited by Efriim
I've been searching.
sudo find / -name dbus*
sudo find / -name udisk*
I could use regular expression in search but I don't know how to yet.
There are alot that have to do with root, and daemons, and some with the "chown $DAEMONUSER" but I'm not really getting anywhere.
excuse the rudimentary search implementations, I know that I should learn them better.
@blackmennewstyle remove the usbromservice package from RetroPie-Setup after install.
blackmennewstyle last edited by
I was trying to indeed find what package(s) was/were responsible of that change. Removing "usbromservice" stopped the root privileges behavior :)
Thank you so much for the help ! Have a great week :)