Automount (amd) cdrom and floppy
|Date: Wed, 19 Feb 1997 19:59:05 +0100 (MET)
|From: Jonas Bofjall <email@example.com>
|On Thu, 20 Feb 1997, Hayao Nakahara wrote:
|> Yes you can.
|> The followings are some of my /etc/adm/amd.xxx files.
|> On such configuration, I can
|> mount cdrom by accessing "/l/cd",
|> mount floppy with ext2 format by "/l/fd"
|> mount floopy with fat format by "/l/msdos".
|> and explicitly umount cdrom by "amq -u /l/cd", and so forth.
|What I and many other DOS -> Linux migrates wishes for, is a driver with
|which I can remove my floppy at any time. This would require that the
|floppy never is write cached. Once I heard of a program called SuperMount
|which could do this, but I never got it to work (it was old, and required
|kernel patching). What I really don't understand is if your amd stuff here
|is a solution to this problem or not?
NO. I always remove my floppy after "sync; amd -u /l/msdos" etc.
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