Re: What's this mounted temporary drectory? /tmp/autoKVio9R
Martin Fluch <email@example.com> said on Fri, 23 Jul 2004 11:41:36 +0300 (EEST):
> On Fri, 23 Jul 2004, Ryo Furue wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I recently found the following:
> > $ df -k
> > [...]
> > /tmp/autol8wP90 37483560 2742148 32837312 8% /tmp/autoKVio9R
> > $
> > which I'd never seen before. I'm the sole user and the admin of the machine.
> > Also,
> > $ ls -lF /tmp
> > total 28
> > drwx------ 0 root root 0 Jul 17 20:21 autoKVio9R/
> > [...]
> > and there's no /tmp/autol8wP90 .
> Looks like something KDE related. Did you access some mountable media with
And what do you base that on? The fact that it has a K in it's name?
I would have guessed something autofs related, based on the "auto" in
its name... (but I think that is wrong anyway - autofs doesn't mount
to temporary mountpoints, does it?)
Oh, and please bottom post.
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