Re: MTOOLS_SKIP_CHECK=1 for usbpens
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lørdag 16. oktober 2004, 15:26, skrev email@example.com:
> At my school we are using ltsp-usb on at thinclient on skolelinux.
> The problem is that using different usb-pens of different vendors we
> have the problem that some usbpens require MTOOLS_SKIP_CHECK=1 to be
> set in .mtoolsrc.
> my question is:
> does this have some negative effects if this was enabled on a global
> scale, through /etc/skel/.mtoolsrc ?
> The other issue is that when using usbpens, the machine has to be
> restarted when using an other usbpen. Is there some way to enable
> some sort of rescane of the usbbus scan the next time another usbpen
> is inserted.
> TOrstein Dybdahl
I can't see any negative effects using MTOOLS_SKIP_CHECK=1 globaly, I
have this set at my school aswell.
But I believe that the correct place of having this set is
in /etc/mtools.conf, have a look at 'man mtools.conf'
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