Automatically mount stuff like CD-ROM disks when inserted.
Automount utilities including an updated version of Amd Am-utils includes an updated version of Amd, the popular BSD automounter. An automounter is a program which maintains a cache of mounted filesystems. Filesystems are mounted when they are first referenced by the user and unmounted after a certain period of inactivity. Amd supports a variety of filesystems, including NFS, UFS, CD-ROMS and local drives.
You should install am-utils if you need a program for automatically mounting and unmounting filesystems.
A hybrid userspace filesystem framework supporting many "exotic" filesystems (localfs, sshfs, ftpfs, gnutellafs, locasefs, gvfs, cardfs, cefs, etc. ).
Seems unreliable to me.
- Can mount FTP
- Allows Gnutella Peer-to-peer mounting to perform searches and use search results as files.
- As of August 2008-08-26, last updated 2003-10-30.
- Try CurlFtpFS
Informs your Linux system of your partition mounting preferences.
Also controls the filesystem type assumed by mount, so be careful with incorrect settings.
File and print server for compatibility with Windows stuff.