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Section: MandrakeSoft (8)
Updated: Dec 1999
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supermount - Ѥ Ѥ supermount  

supermount [OPTION]... <disable | enable>  

supermount allows system administrator to enable or disable the supermount feature offered in recent mandrake kernels. This feature automatically manages mounting and unmounting removable medias when needed. The script simply adds or remove the supermount option from within the entries of the /etc/fstab file. Without option -i the modified file is printed to stdout.

supermount has to be launched with one of the following arguments:

enable in order to enable supermount feature on relevant drives
(cdrom and floppy drives),
disable in order to disable the supermount feature on all

-f=FILE, --file=FILE Indicates an alternate file where
to make modifications. The default is /etc/fstab.
-i, --infile Modifications are made directly to
/etc/fstab or FILE specified through -f option, instead of being outputted to stdout.
-h, --help, -? print a short help message.


fstab(5), mount(8), umount(8),  

Chmouel Boudjnah -  


Copyright 1999/2000 MandrakeSoft.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  

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