script for quick mounting of removable devices
mountpy scans all devices connected to the system, and tries
to mount them, creating mount directories as needed.
Warning: After configured, this program allows ordinary users
to mount external filesystems. Do not install it on
multiuser machines with untrusted users!
written by Radovan Garabík
mountpy is a python script for quick automatic mounting and umounting of
external filesystems, especially suited for USB removable devices.
mountpy is developped on linux, and is meant for modern linux systems.
However, there is not much code linux-specific, so in theory it could
work on any POSIX system with similar semantics
mountpy - program for quick automatic mounting and umounting
of external filesystems, especially suited for USB removable
mountpy [options] [devices]
umountpy [options] [devices]
Just run mountpy to mount all the devices. Short summary will
mountpy (0.8.1) unstable; urgency=low
* add nostripinstall to Makefile, use it in debian/rules (closes: #437579)
-- Radovan Garabík <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 30 Sep 2007 18:31:32 +0200
mountpy (0.8) unstable; urgency=low
* add test for removable devices (default turned off)
* add test for devices already mounted elsewhere
-- Radovan Garabík <email@example.com
Do something about processes hanging in mounted directories (kill)
This package was created by by Radovan Garabík <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Thu, 9 Dec 20
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