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The kernel automounter implements an almost complete SunOS style automounter under Linux. A recent version of the kernel autofs4 module (builtin or separate) is required.
This is the autofs daemon.
autofs-5.0.0 ============ Differences between version 4 and version 5. - Master map is now read and parsed by the `automount' daemon - the parameters for the `automount' daemon are now very different. See automount(8). - The master map default is "auto.master" and nsswitch is used to locate it. The line "+auto.master" has been added to the default installed "/etc/auto.master" to ensu more»
-*- text -*- autofs is a kernel-based automounter for Linux. It performs a job similar to amd(8) but relies on a small stub of kernel code instead of pretending to be an NFS server. The result is simpler code, better reliability, and much faster operation in the common case (everything already mounted.) An AMD/AutoFS HOWTO is available at: http://www.Linux-Consulting.com/Amd_AutoFS/autofs.htm more»
Transitional 'autofs5' package would be safe to remove as long as 'autofs' package is not marked as automatically installed. To make sure 'autofs' will not be removed by 'apt-get autoremove' use the following commands: sudo aptitude unmarkauto autofs sudo apt-mark manual autofs
Fri Jan 21 17:31:43 GMT 2000 Toby Jaffey <email@example.com> Added modules/mount_changer.c I have an NE more»
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Supported forms for mount paths are: Normal single-host (these are unchanged) <path> host:/path/pat more»
The functionality of converting map options to smbmnt arguments is now handled by /bin/mount.smbfs, more»
AUTO.MASTER(5) AUTO.MASTER(5) NAME auto.master - Ma more»