I'm rather new to Linux, I'll be up front about that, but I've sort of run face first into a wall on this one. I've just set up Samba on the server so that I can access my MicroSD card over the network from my Windows computer, because the Windows doesn't have a reader, and the Debian server does. My goal then, was that I could plug in the SD card to the server without having to log in and mount the card. Just connect via. Samba and modify the card. Done. I can connect to the Samba server perfectly, and to the microSD card, however to connect to the card, I first need to log into the system locally and manually mount the card as opposed to my desired functionality: plug the chip into the idling Debian server (Running, but screen off. It's a webserver, so it's never in real standby..) and then just hop on to the windows desktop and play with the chip from there.
To try and remedy this, I've attempted to add the rule from this answer: How to get my USB key to auto mount
only to find absolutely no effect. File in the correct location, system rebooted to allow Udev to try and find the new rule, nothing happens. Searching further, I found this similar answer: Automount USB drives with no GUI requirement (halevt replacement)
which offered the same Udev rule, but more information leading me to Udisks wrappers, which led me to "udiskie" which seems to be a perfect solution for me. And there's the wall. For whatever reason, my Debian installation can't find any of the required python packages listed in the UDiskie install page here: https://github.com/coldfix/udiskie/wiki/Ubuntu-Debian-installation-guide
And going to packages.debian.org to find, download, and install the packages via. wget and dpkg only resulted in dependancy errors related to me not having a Python installation between 2.7 and 2.8, (>= 2.7, << 2.8) where "python --version" tells me that I have 2.7.3 installed.
Any help here would be greatly appreciated, this is making no sense to me whatsoever... I'm on Debian 7.6.0, not sure which codename that one is exactly. xD