Re: Automount Volumes

Am Sun, 1 Nov 2009 17:13:28 +0100
schrieb Christopher Roy Bratusek <zanghar freenet de>:

> Hi all,
> just in case there's anyone out there who's using Sawfish standalone
> but does not have automount support for removable storages, here a
> pretty simple way:
> install the pmount package (most distros already ship it, else
> check )
> create a file called /etc/udev/rules.d/automount.rules
> with the rules for removable storages, here's my file, which should
> fit the most of you, syntax should be clear, so modify it to your
> needs (if it's not, just ask):
> KERNEL=="sd*", ACTION=="add", RUN+="/usr/bin/pmount --sync --umask
> 000 %k" KERNEL=="sd*", ACTION=="remove", RUN+="/usr/bin/pumount %k"
> Now let the changes immediately take effect:
> udevadm control --reload_rules 
> Depending on the device it may take up to ~10 seconds before it's
> mounted and also depending on the device up to another ~10 seconds
> before you can access it via a file-manager, but most devices should
> be accessible faster.
> This way you don't need a plugdev group or to make pmount setuid-root
> or something like that.
> Mount points are /media/[node] (/dev/sdc2 is mounted to /media/sdc2)
> Regards,
> Chris

Of course that must be modified if running on a non-UDEV OS

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