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HVMOUNT(1)						      General Commands Manual							HVMOUNT(1)

hvmount - Mount or umount device through HAL SYNOPSIS
hvmount COMMAND ARGS [options] hvumount [options] <-c | -r> <-a | mountpoint | device | udi> DESCRIPTION
hvmount Umount the mountpoint, device, or udi given on the command line, or all mounted devices. Alternatively (and additionaly), device, udi and mountpoint may be given using options -p, -d or -u. COMMANDS
mount device udi mount device which has udi. register mountpoint udi register mountpoint for udi. umount unmount device, mountpoint or udi. list list mounted and registered devices. umountpoint udi unregister mountpoint for udi. remove udi remove completly udi. clean remove database. OPTIONS
-d device -p mountpoint -u udi -a When listing, list all the existing devices. For the other operations, perform the operation on all the handled devices. hvumount Options -l label set label (for pmount) -m umask --s if set, mount sync SEE ALSO
halevt(1), halevt-mount(1) 7th Edition HVMOUNT(1)

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HALEVT-MOUNT(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   HALEVT-MOUNT(1)

halevt-mount/halevt-umount - Mount or umount device through HAL SYNOPSIS
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> DESCRIPTION
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 infor- mation available for halevt-mount and halevt-umount may become out of sync with the state of the system. When run as user halevt (or as root), no uid= argument is passed to HAL when mounting, otherwise this option is passed, if the filesystem allows it. OPTIONS
-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. -d device Use device device. -f file Use file file to store information about the handled devices instead of the default. -h Help message and options summary. -i directory 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, udi:device:mountpoint. -p mountpoint Use mountpoint mountpoint. -m umask Set mount umask to umask if run as a system user, and the filesystem supports it. -n file Use file file as lock file. -o option Add the option option to the mount call. -r Umount. -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. SEE ALSO
halevt(1), gnome-mount(1), pmount(1) VERSION
This is halevt-mount version AUTHOR
Main author is Patrice Dumas pertusus at free dot fr. AVAILABILITY
The latest version of this program can be found at: COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 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. 7th Edition HALEVT-MOUNT(1)
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