I'm not making any headway troubleshooting this minor annoyance, I have a netbook running Compiz standalone + Nautilus + GDM on a sid install with sources rolled back to wheezy.
The netbook has an internal SSD and more storage on an SDHC card. There is no fstab entry for the card, udev is installed but autofs is not. If I boot up, log in and open Nautilus, the drive appears mounted. If I suspend while logged in and resume, the drive appears mounted. If I log out and suspend, then resume and log in, the drive appears unmounted. I logout via a script that runs "pkill -KILL -x -u hhh". I use no swap space due to the SSD.
Any clue what's not getting run when I log back in after suspend that prevents the SDHC card from automounting?