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SubjectRe: Ieee1394
On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 02:49:00PM +0100, Samuel Maftoul wrote:
> The second problem I have is:
> I don't really understand what for is the hotplug ? can It automatically
> mount any new firewire disk I plugged ? How should I do it?
> Does someone have a sample script which does something like:
> fdisk -l /dev/$justplugged | awk ... | grep ... ; for i in
> $mountabledevices ; do mkdir /mnt/$cnt ; mount ... ; done
> ( I hope you got what I'm searching for.)

The linux-hotplug package doesn't directly allow you to do automatic
mounts of filesystems that are plugged in, but it could :)

Right now it's focusing on automatically loading the proper kernel
driver for any device that has been plugged in. See the
http://linux-hotplug.sf.net/ site for more docs on it.

thanks,

greg k-h
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