The first reply was bull's eye ! I had to check and uncomment few lines in
/etc/rmmount.conf, and restart vold. Floppy window is being popped now !
Thanks to Michael Sullivan(email@example.com) (and others whose reply are on my
However, I found following comment in this file :
# Following line commented out to remove vold vulnerability
# action floppy action_filemgr.so
Now I have to figure out the vulnerability part !
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I have an ages old question with a slight twist (yes, I have gone thru' FAQ
and Sunmanagers summaries :) ) :
The system in question is Sparc 5 running Solaris 2.5.1. Whenever a DOS floppy
is put in and "Check for floppy" button is pressed, system checks and does
nothing, i.e. it doesn't open another window showing floppy contents. However,
if I type in "/floppy" in "Go To" field, it happily finds the floppy and its
contents. My users keep calling for this problem thinking the drive is bad.
To make the matters worse, one the systems does pop up another window when
floppy is inserted (Sparc LX running Solaris 2.5.1) ; vold is running in
both machines and /etc/vold.conf is same for both machines.
I checked pkginfo on both machines and found they both have following
SUNWvolg, SUNWvolr, and SUNWvolu
I am running out of ideas. Any hints ?
Summary will follow.
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