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Old 09-16-2007, 07:27 PM   #1
Registered: Jan 2007
Location: Missouri
Distribution: Arch, openSUSE, Debian
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using Elive Gem - don't know how to show mounted USB (and other) drives on desktop

I have seen screenshots of Elive showing mounted drives on the desktop. Whenever I plug in my USB flash drive, it automounts and opens up just fine. But I would like to have a actual drive show up somewhere on the desktop as a visual reminder -- also so I can manually mount and unmount it.

I'm using the default E17.

Any suggestions?

-- off topic: if anyone knows a thing or two about E, and how to get additional desktop gadgets, please PM me; I'm looking for a digital clock and/or a calendar for the desktop --


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