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All the gnome-mount programs utilize the methods on HAL and as such run unprivileged. The rationale for gnome-mount is to have a centralized place (in GConf) where settings (e.g. mount options and mount locations) are maintained.
A nautilus extension allows to easily change the mount options which can be user, drive or volume specific.
gnome-mount Programs for mounting, unmounting and ejecting storage devices The grand plan with gnome-mount is to get the appropriate GNOME software (such as gnome-volume-manager and gnome-vfs) to use this instead of invoking mount(1)/umount(1)/eject(1) / invoking methods on HAL directly. Included in gnome-mount is also gnome-umount and gnome-eject. All programs utilize the met more»
========== gnome-mount 0.5 ========== Released September 19, 2006 Changes from 0.4 - general fixes - use mount(1) for volumes mentioned in /etc/fstab - fixes for Solaris (Artem Kachitchkine) - read mount point and settings from gconf - man page for the terminal obsessive - extension for Nautilus - notifications for volumes taking a long time to unmount Translations - en_GB: David Lod more»
gnome-mount(1) gnome-mount(1) NAME gnome-mount - Mount drives and volumes using HAL and read settings from the GNOME desktop configuration system gconf. SYNOPSIS gnome-mount [-?|--help] [-v] [-n] [-t] [-b] [-d /dev/file | -h /org/fd/Hal/udi | -p nickname] [--unmount | --eject | --write-settings | --erase-se more»
gnome-mount (0.5-3) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control - Add an explicit build dependency more»
==================== 0.5 ==================== 2006-09-19 David Zeuthen <firstname.lastname@example.org> * N more»
David Zeuthen <email@example.com>
This package was debianized by Michael Biebl <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 15 Aug 2006 23:58:34 +0200. more»