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o Every user can access his own volumes. o The user needs to type the password just once (at login). o The mounting process is transparent to the users. o There is no need to keep the login passwords in any additional file. o The volumes are unmounted upon logout, so it saves system resources, avoiding the need of listing every possibly useful remote volume in /etc/fstab or in an automount/supermount config file. This is also necessary for securing encrypted filesystems.
Libpam-mount "understands" SMB, NCP, and any type of filesystem that can be mounted using the standard mount command. If someone has a particular need for a different filesystem, feel free to ask to include it and send patches.
Installation on a Debian system ------------------------------- - For every application used for logging in, there is a file of the form /etc/pam.d/xyz, add the following line at the end of the file: @include common-pammount This activates the file /etc/pam.d/common-pammount which you can customize (see the file comments for more info). Typical PAM applications used for login are fo more»
pam_mount(8) pam_mount(8) NAME pam_mount - A PAM module that can mount volumes for a user session OVERVIEW This module is aimed at environments with SMB (Samba or Windows NT) or NCP (Netware or Mars-NWE) servers that Unix users wish to access trans‐ parently. It facilitates access to private volumes of these ty more»
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mkehd(1) mkehd(1) NAME mkehd - create a more»
AUTOEHD(8) AUTOEHD(8) NAME autoehd - mount more»
mount.crypt(8) mount.crypt(8) NAME mount.crypt - mo more»
mount_ehd(8) mount_ehd(8) NAME mount_ehd - moun more»