Originally Posted by fedorajim
put a # in front of the line
Ok, but it's still half-measure (but ok for tests). To mount it as normal user (by hand) I need to log as root and edit /etc/fstab.
g-v-m was designed to automount remote devices and maybe developers forgot that some people have "normal" vfat partitions which wouldn't be mounted. I couldn't find any info about "noauto", so maybe there isn't that option
Update: Uncheck "Mount removable media when inserted" in "Drivers and Media Preferences" causes that any of my vfat partitions isn't mounted. But it's still half-measure.