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    Question Inserted SD card detected but not automounted - GNOME

    Whenever I insert an SD card into the card reader, it gets detected:

    kernel: [16004.302590] mmc0: new SD card at address bfde
    kernel: [16004.307663] mmcblk0: mmc0:bfde SU256 241 MiB
    kernel: [16004.307816] mmcblk0:


    But gnome does not mount it automatically. I have to mount it manually with "gnome-mount -d /dev/mmcblk0".

    This was working on 11.1 so I wonder how to get it to work on 11.2.

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Inserted SD card detected but not automounted - GNOME

    Bump! Anyone?

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    Default Re: Inserted SD card detected but not automounted - GNOME

    Quote Originally Posted by fedev
    Bump! Anyone?
    Hi
    Just tried with a card reader here, wouldn't see a 8GB one, but mounted
    a 2GB one automatically fine. (Gnome 11.2). The netbook has a built in
    sdhc slot and the 8GB one mounts fine if I use that.

    Now the 8GB one is ext3 and the 2GB one fat16. What format is your
    device?

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    Smile Re: Inserted SD card detected but not automounted - GNOME

    The one I tried is a FAT32. I just notice that while GNOME won't mount it automatically, it is shown on nautilus. Then, if I access it, GNOME mounts it and adds the icon on the desktop.

    I still don't know why it doesn't do this in the first place (as is the case for pendrives).

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