Re: pmount vs updfstab
Francesco Paolo Lovergine wrote:
I think hal + dbus-1 + fstab-sync works very well on debian, but the
real missing feature is the possibility for users to mount remote file
systems like cifs and smbfs without having root privileges or having to
suidroot smbmnt, this solution doesn't work very well and it would be
useful to create mount points on demand in the user home directory.
On Sat, Oct 09, 2004 at 12:57:46PM +0200, Michael Banck wrote:
On Sat, Oct 09, 2004 at 02:46:05PM +0200, Bluefuture wrote:
Il giorno sab, 09-10-2004 alle 12:23 +0200, Michael Banck ha scritto:
What is updtfstab?
I use this on sarge/sid and works very fine:
It seems this one just uses udev, not HAL. I hope that we get full
project-utopia integration for sarge+1 (we've already come a long way).
updtfstab still looks like a good interim solution though.
In the remote hypothesis I understood the terms of the question :)
I'd prefer a daemon-based approach a la vold, without touching
configuration files around not of competence.
See vold.sf.net, it is the Linux version of a well known tools in
my 2 cents...