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If you use Gnome, try gnome-volume-manager. It seems to work, even though I myself have not yet used that much. It requires udevd and hald, so it requires a 2.6 kernel.
Gnome-volume-manager should also work regardless of whether you use Gnome, but of course apt will want to install gnome anyways. Other options (of which I have only limited experience) are submount and supermount. The latter is included in Mandrake and Gentoo.
Well, It's a Pitty.
I am trying to use gnome-volume-manager, but I don't know from where to start.
Could you tell where I can see the configuration of this application?
I have gnome, It's in my menu systems? where?