> drive after X time intervel. The moment it finds some sort of disk - Data,
> Audio, etc, it tries to load the appropriate module. By writting this
> module, the user does not have to mount the CD rom. It will be done
> _automatically_ once the disk is put in.
How is this different to the GNOME magicdev and the kde equivalent ?
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