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It seems LXDE is configured to execute gnome-mount when a disk is inserted, however either your system lacks the package or such command does not exist at all.
You could play around with the environment settings trying to setup the action differently.
I cannot be more specific on that as I don't use LXDE myself.
Thanks for the input. I'm not sure what to change either. I will install programs if necessary, but I would prefer editing whatever file is necessary to stop the system from calling gnome-mount. I wouldn't know what all I would have to install to get gnome-mount. I don't use gnome and would prefer not having to install it.
Is there a way to tell my system not to try using gnome-mount?
If not I will continue to live with the error message until such time as I upgrade to the most recent Slackware. At this point I don't want to try re-installing everything on a system that I plan to upgrade with new equipment and the latest version off Slack.
I do appreciate your input and assistance however.