simple automount daemon with support for user-defined actions
udisks-glue is a daemon that can perform user-configurable actions when a certain udisks event (such as the insertion, mount or removal of a device or storage media) is detected. It can also be configured to automatically mount devices. It listens to udisks events on the system bus and performs actions in response as specified in the configuration file.
udisks-glue is useful for automatically mounting removable devices or running arbitrary commands.
Debian: Fernando Tarlá Cardoso Lemos <email@example.com>
29 September 2013
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