[SM-Discuss] New ivman spell
f.bridault at fra.net
Wed Dec 22 05:08:44 EST 2004
Enjoy ! :-)
Le Mercredi 22 Décembre 2004 00:54, Arjan Bouter a écrit :
> A wiki page sounds good, this stuff looks interesting :)
> On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 19:28:44 +0100
> Flavien Bridault <f.bridault at fra.net> wrote:
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> > > > Hi people !
> > > >
> > > > I just want to say that I added ivman spell to the latest test
> > > > grimoire. Ivman is a daemon that allow automatic mounting of external
> > > > devices. It can be compared to supermount or submount, but it is
> > > > totally in userspace. It works well better as submount, which has
> > > > some trouble with KDE, although I didn't manage to find why exactly.
> > > >
> > > > Such a spell is only for lazy people like me. I'm convinced that it
> > > > will add some more magic power to my box ;-)
> > > > But I know that a lot of people think that automatic mounting is
> > > > EVIL, so feel free to still mount/umount your devices manually ;-)
> > > >
> > > > ++
> > >
> > > Yay... wanted this for a while... but was to lazy to get it going...
> > > so please do tell how does one get this going... be detailed.
> > > And I mean _*DETAILED*_
> > Well...
> > cast ivman
> > And it should just work. :-)
> > Note that smgl-messagebus, hald and ivmand scripts should have been
> > started (sorcery should have asked you that...)
> > ivmand uses the /etc/fstab entries to mount the devices. For example, you
> > insert a cdrom in /dev/hda, ivmand launch the command mount /dev/hda. So
> > you may have to edit the file /etc/ivman/IvmanConfigMappings.xml if you
> > use symlink in your /etc/fstab on your devices (like
> > /dev/cdrom->/dev/hda). This file is well commented. You have to indicate
> > which real devices maps which symlink.
> > This is the minimal configuration to get the stuff working. You can take
> > a look at the /etc/ivman/IvmConfigActions.xml to do more advanced things
> > (launch a dvd player when a dvd is inserted, etc...)
> > The USB sticks mounting are still under developpment... I guess they have
> > to deal with flushing the file system to the stick before the user
> > savagely removed it...
> > I hope I detailed enough ;-)
> > Shall I do a small WIKI page for this ?
> > --
> > Flavien Bridault
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