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Old 02-06-2008, 02:06 AM   #1
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CentOS 5.1 & GNOME Automount

I installed CentOS 5.1, then fuse, fuse-3g driver.
Connect USB 2.0 harddriver, but When I double click on volume icon, GNOME says that my system don't have ntfs support. But I'm able to mount it from command line (mount -t ntfs-3g ...)

How to make gnome to mount USB volumes automaticcally then I click on it from "My computer"



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