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Having switched from Ubuntu back to Debian (a), the one thing I miss is the auto-opening on CDs when inserted into the CD drive.

There's nothing immediately obvious under System | Preferences to do with device management.

How do I get these to open in Nautilus automatically?

(a) See "Unity fiasco" :-)

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My solution to (a) was Xubuntu :) – Breakthrough Apr 26 '12 at 11:55
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Under System | Preferences you want "Removable Drives and Media". Or maybe you need the Media tab under Nautilus Edit | Preferences. (I don't have Debian and couldn't quickly find out which of these is present in the current version.)

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There is no removable drives and media in sys/preferences. But there is a media tab in edit/prefs within Nautilus and, lo and behold, it's got a slew of action to be taken for audio cd, dvd-movie, data cd/dvd and so on. Thanks for that, cheers. – paxdiablo Apr 26 '12 at 14:27

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