Am Montag, 27. Februar 2017 schrieb Felix Miata: > If I counted right, my previous email reported 10 different installations across > 4 64-bit PCs, 9 openSUSE, 1 Jessie. All are inextricably dependent on systemd. > The only ones that work right are the 2 oldest openSUSE (42.1), and only with > KDE3, which means nothing I've yet tested with a kernel newer than 4.1.36, or > with 14.0.x TDE, works. Of the 10, I checked for udisks versions on several, and > found both udisks and udisks2 installed on each. This will not help you, but I encounted something simillar after reasonly updating my devuan jessie machine. The only hotplugable storage devices left working are usb sticks and CD-ROM/DVDs. All hotplugging functionality for empty CD/DVD is gone, also removable harddisks like RDX drives are not hotpluggable any more. What makes things worse: /proc/sys/kernel/hotplug has gone missing from stock kernel a while ago, so there is no easy way to work around systemd infected software any more (devuan comes systemd-free, but the provided udevd is broken due to systemd) Nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.