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Old 01-26-2010, 05:31 AM   #1
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Smile I want to know usb-hard-disk is how to be auto mounted?

My OS is ubuntu-desktop-9.10, when my usb-hard-disk is connected to pc, it will be mounted automatically and the icon will be showed at the desktop, now I want to know how these came about, what's the operational mechanism? and how I control it? for example, how can I disable the auto mount function? I'm beginner in learning Linux, thank you!

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There is an Ubuntu wiki article on this.


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