OK, I've looked in udev, hotplug, solid and no file has the word synaptic in it. If you look at the command in the window that's trying to execute, it doesn't make sense. Where is that command coming from?
My understanding is that 'solid' handles the actions for the device. This is the command shown in the Device Notifier/Device Actions. It simply says to mount the drive, which it does. Then the 'Hotplug' rules take over and perform the next action which should be to open that drive in the File Manager. I can't find where that command is located. Why does it want to call up synaptic? I don't think it's smart enough to realize that maybe I don't have something installed that I should. :-)
Anyway, If someone has ANY idea of where that command might be hiding, I'd sure appreciate it. I have switched to Device Manager and have the drive mounted automatically, instead of Device Notifier, but it bugs me that I can't figure out where that command is located.
Thanks for your help.
Went into systemsettings and checked the default File Manager. Somehow it was set to synaptic instead of a filemanager. Beats the heck out of me as to how that got changed as I haven't been in 'systemsettings' for well over a year now.