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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Deployment Guide
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9.13 Automounting and Managing Media Devices

The GNOME Volume Manager (gnome-volume-manager) monitors volume-related events and responds with a user-specified policy. You can use the GNOME Volume Manager to automatically mount hot-plugged drives and inserted removable media, automatically run programs, automatically play audio CDs and video DVDs, and automatically import photos from a digital camera.

GNOME Volume Manager is started automatically. To disable GNOME Volume Manager, add X-Autostart-enabled=false to the /opt/gnome/share/gnome/autostart/gnome-volume-manager.desktop file.

You can use the GConf Editor to configure GNOME Volume Manager settings. Open the GConf Editor by pressing Alt+F2 to open the Run Application dialog box, typing gconf-editor, then clicking Run. GNOME Volume Manager is located under /desktop/gnome/volume_manager.

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