[kde-linux] who makes rules for the /media folder?

James White james at resolutionit.ca
Thu Oct 27 10:49:51 UTC 2005

On October 26, 2005 07:10 pm, Jes Hall wrote:
> I imagine that install KDE may have pulled in hal/dbus as dependancies and
> this is how your /media folder is becoming populated

Thanks Jess, that was the answer I was looking for.

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