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Re: Not automounting a USB Cardreader??

On Sun, Jan 29, 2006 at 10:26:03PM -0800, Rob Blomquist wrote:
>Tonight, I plugged in my USB Cardreader that has worked flawlessly under
>Ubuntu and Mandriva, and found that I did not get it auto mounted for me
>under Debian. Wah!
>Here's the kernel output for the device being detected:
>From what I could tell, this device seems to be ready to go at
>but hal (hotplug?) has not picked it up and mounted it for me.
>Can anyone point me to a direction to correct this problem? Is there
>more information I need to provide?

AFAIK hal/hotplug/udev won't actually perform the automounting itself.

If you're running a GNOME desktop then it's gnome-volume-manager (gvm)
that's in charge of automounting. The other parts will only tell that
there's a new device available, then it's up to gvm to decide what to do
with it.


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