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The script that does the mounting is called by the udev daemon. Therefore, USBmount requires a 2.6 (or newer) Linux kernel.
Firewire devices are also supported by USBmount.
USBmount is intended as a lightweight solution which is independent of a desktop environment. Users which would like an icon to appear when an USB device is plugged in should use the pmount and hal packages instead.
usbmount (0.0.17) unstable; urgency=low Starting with version 0.0.17, usbmount *WILL* recognize and automount devices with the vfat filesystem, as those are supported by the Linux kernel with the "sync" mount option since Linux 2.6.12.  Users should be aware that independently of the filesystem used by the mass storage device, *ANY* filesystem that resides in flash memory will bec more»
usbmount (0.0.21) unstable; urgency=low * [e499931] Add better documentation to the configuration file. * [0884ff6] Transition from cdbs to dh(7). * [ce9dc83] Make mounting by UUID more robust. Thanks to Jidanni. Closes: #587066. * [e57343e] Make some log messages slightly more descriptive * [b5549ec] Document better the situation with FUSE filesystems. Closes: #587311. * [065 more»
Author: Martin Dickopp <email@example.com> Upstream-Name: usbmount Upstream-Maintainer: Rogério Brito <firstname.lastname@example.org> Upstream-Source: http://usbmount.alioth.debian.org/ Download: git://git.debian.org/usbmount/usbmount.git Files: * Copyright: © 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Martin Dickopp <email@example.com> Copyright: © 2008, 2009 Rogério Brito <firstname.lastname@example.org> License: BSD-2 This more»