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It's the volume label. That's the -L flag in mkfs.ext4 or, I think, the -n in mkfs.vfat, and so on. You can change it by passing a new label to it with e2label, or by killing it entirely with dd.
GTK apps really aren't much of a problem with KDE. There's a few GTK-specific things that KDE should set up for you automatically (themes and such), but for the most part there's no real difference between vanilla GTK apps and, say, Athena or TK apps. The GTK and QT libraries don't interfere with each other, and most of the interoperability problems ...
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