halevt-mount/halevt-umount - Mount or umount device through HAL
halevt-mount [options] [-w] mountpoint|device|udi
halevt-mount [options] <-c | -r> <-a | mountpoint | device | udi>
halevt-mount [options] <-l | -s>
halevt-umount [options] < -a | mountpoint | device | udi>
halevt-mount Mount or umount device through HAL and keep a track of
devices handled. When called as halevt-umount the default is to
unmount, when called as halevt-mount the default is to mount. Option
-c, -l, -r, -s or -w changes the operation performed. Additional
argument is considered to be a mount point, a device or an udi when
unmounting or removing.
If the commands are not called with -s after changes in the state of
the devices (after mounting, unmounting, removing devices), the
information available for halevt-mount and halevt-umount may become out
of sync with the state of the system.
-a When listing, list all the existing devices. For the other
operations, perform the operation on all the handled devices.
-c Remove the handled device.
Use device device.
Use file file to store information about the handled devices
instead of the default.
-h Help message and options summary.
Use lock file and device information file in the directory
directory (if they are not already specified).
-l List handled devices. Formatted with, on each line,
Use mountpoint mountpoint.
Set mount umask to umask if run as a system user, and the
filesystem supports it.
Use file file as lock file.
Add the option option to the mount call.
-s Sync the information about the handled devices with the
informations known by HAL.
-u udi Use udi udi.
-w Add to the handled devices.
halevt(1), gnome-mount(1), pmount(1)
This is halevt-mount version 0.1.5.
Main author is Patrice Dumas pertusus at free dot fr.
The latest version of this program can be found at:
Copyright © 2007-2008 Patrice Dumas <pertusus at free dot fr>,
There is NO warranty. You may redistribute this software under the
terms of the GNU General Public License; either version 2 of the
License, or (at your option) any later version. For more information
about these matters, see the file named COPYING.