Re: Mounting volumes through the command line


Try pam-mount ( libpam-mount )

There is a german description here:
In short: In
add a line
<volume user="<YourUserName>" fstype="crypt"
mountpoint="<Where/To/Mount>" options="fsck,relatime" />

And in
@include common-pammount

These could be outdated information, and you could lock yourself out
your system, so read carefully the appropriate documentation for your
distribution or versions of pam and pam-mount.



On 03.04.2012 23:34, László Monda wrote:
> The D-Bus folks couldn't answer my question so far.
> Anybody from there?
> Thanks in advance.
> On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 11:34 AM, László Monda <laci monda hu> wrote:
>> Hi List,
>> There's a second HDD in my laptop which is fully encrypted.  I saved
>> its password and I can easily mount it by simply clicking on its label
>> in Nautilus.  I'd like to automatically get this HDD mounted upon
>> logging into Gnome.
>> I'm sure that it's possible somehow, either through D-Bus or by
>> calling Nautilus with some arguments.  D-Bus may be more beneficial
>> because it wouldn't involve any windows popping up.
>> Please help or direct me to somewhere where somebody can answer my question.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> --
>> László Monda <>

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