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    Gnome Volume Manager

    Hi, I'm new to Linux/Debian and have installed Gnome Volume Manager to auto mount/unmount my usb key.

    What do I do now to view the drive once it's plugged in

    Thanx ???

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    Re:Gnome Volume Manager

    hello,
    As I understand it the volume manger should handle that - but it sounds like it is not. If there are no othe SCSI devices in your system try this (as user root) in a terminal:

    mkdir /mnt/flash
    mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/flash

    You should now be able to access the drive in the directory /mnt/flash

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    Re:Gnome Volume Manager

    That helped.

    Thanks

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    Re:Gnome Volume Manager

    If it's not popping up automatically, then it's not working. Try typing 'gnome-volume-properties' and making sure it's mounting removable drives. Also, make sure gnome-volume-manager is running and that hald is started.

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