Thank you for the advice.
I have created a file (/etc/udev/rules.d/50-wd-usb-hdd.rules
) as suggested, with just one line it it:
ACTION=="add", KERNEL=="sde1" SUBSYSTEM=="block" RUN+="/sbin/mount.ntfs-3g %k /mnt/WDP"
but it does not work.
Upon inserting the USB disk the partition is not mounted.
No error is reported in the system log.
What am I doing wrong?
Note: pmount is not (readily) available on Slackware64 14.0 and I'd like to solve this without it
I am not sure whether this is Slackware specific or not, whether I should ask it here of in the Slackware sub-forum, but what is it that mounts the device when I click it's icon in Thunar's tree sidebar?
And where is the setting that make Thunar mount the removable devices under /run/media/<user>/<volume label/serial>
In fact is there such a setting or is it preset?