These tools allow system administrators to easily control those options which affect the behavior of removable devices such as floppy, CD and DVD disks. Note that, by default, all removable devices are automatically made available so users shouldn't need to manually mount media.
Mount point. The directory from where the device's files will be accessed. You can either choose an entry from the list or type in your own path. If the directory does not exist, it is created automatically.
various device options, notably whether a user is allowed to use new
root privileges. By default, the user
currently logged on the system's physical console is given access to
Type. Displays a list of file-system types. If you have a specific medium with a different file system on it, this is where you can tell Linux how to access it.
Select the property
you wish to change and click . The corresponding
dialog pops up in which you can change your settings. Then click
again and save your modifications to the
/etc/fstab file: the device is automatically