drivemount_applet - Drive Mount Applet for the GNOME panel.
drivemount_applet [ --activate-goad-server [=GOAD_ID] ]
drivemount_applet allows you to quickly and easily mount and unmount various types of drives and file systems on your computer.
To add this applet to a Panel, right-click on the Panel and choose Applets->Utility->Drive Mount.
(Internal use only) GOAD server ID to activate.
GOAD_ID is usually the applet name [drivemount_applet]
This manual page was written by Christian Marillat <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
10 februar 2002 DRIVEMOUNT_APPLET(1)
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-s NUM, --socket-window-id NUM
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