The section of Chapter 19 on "Setting CD and DVD Preferences" explained how to configure your system's behavior when a blank, audio, or data CD or DVD is inserted. CDs and DVDs may be the type of removable media that you'll use most frequently with your computer system, but consumer electronics (CE) devices are probably a close second. The following sections discuss how to configure how your system handles digital cameras, PDAs, digital audio players, and so on. (How your system interacts with removable media such as flash drives (USB sticks) and external drives is discussed in detail in Chapter 24, "Adding Hardware and Attaching Peripherals.") The next two sections focus on what your system does when you attach various types of consumer electronics devices to your Ubuntu or Kubuntu system, and how you can configure your system's behavior.
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