Previously I was using Debian Version 8.6 (Jessie), recently I’ve upgraded my Beaglebone Black to Debian Version 9.5 (Stretch)
While using Jessie, if I plugged in a USB thumb drive it was automatically mounted and appeared in //media// but with Stretch the USB drive is not automatically mounted. I can open a terminal window and find the drive using “lshw” and them mount the USB drive, but I would like to have this happen automatically.
I have a USB mouse and keyboard and they seem to work OK.
Is there a setup parameter somewhere that is now disabling the auto mount feature for the USB drive? If not what is the best way to implement an auto mount of the USB drive when it is plugged in?