When I connect my Sony PRS-T1 e-reader Ubuntu 12.04 opens the Removable Media's default photo app (Shotwell) and then displays the contents of one of the two drives: /Media/Setting. The other drive is /Media/Reader. Both drives are mounted in the launcher, btw.
The only obvious way to prevent the above is to check "Never prompt or start media upon insertion" in System Settings / Details / Removable Media. But then I have to go without automatic launching of apps for CDs, DVDs and photos.
I'd like the e-reader to open Calibre (and also keep the other automagic stuff) but without the annoying aberrations. Does anyone know how?
I've read that I could add an empty document entitled .is_audio_device to the root of an MSC which will tell Ubuntu to open a USB stick, for example, as an audio device. Could I do the same with the ereader? But what would the title be? Would it be .is.ebook_device or .is.ereader_device or something else?
Thanks for your help.