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I've found a very up-to-date, accurate, fairly comprehensive, and well-laid-out guide to using udev for your USB devices. It's on the Gentoo Wiki (naturally), but applies to all distros using ...
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    HOW-TO: Leverage the power of udev to manage your USB devices.


    I've found a very up-to-date, accurate, fairly comprehensive, and well-laid-out guide to using udev for your USB devices. It's on the Gentoo Wiki (naturally), but applies to all distros using a 2.6 kernel, and is completely independent of any desktop environment (such as KDE or Gnome). In fact, if you don't mind getting your hands dirty, this can give you a much more powerful solution than what's built into KDE and Gnome.
    This is ideal for USB thumb/pen drives, Palm devices and other PDAs, mice, and even missile launchers!

    Here's the link.
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    Yes, udev is really nice. Getting the rules working perfectly can be tricky are requiere some experience. You can do some neat thing like naming your iPod /dev/ipod instead of plain /dev/sda2 or your flash memory /dev/kingston

    Thanks for the link
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