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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 11:48 am 

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The topic basically says it all - is it possible to implement an automount functionality on my LS2?

What I'd like to have is the following:

you plug in a usb mass storage device (like usb stick/digital camera) and it automatically appears as a subdirectory in /mnt/hda/shares/usb1 for the first partition of the stick etc.

I've already tried to load the autofs(4) module via insmod but it just gives me a "device not ready" notification??

Anyone got an idea? By the way, i would have posted directly under LS2/mipsel in this forum only i have no possibility to start a new thread there??



PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 12:50 pm 
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it should be possible now to post at the LS2 (mips)-forum. but this thread is more a software related anyway.

it depends which distribution you are running on your LS2.

if it is openlink, then murasaki takes care about that.

there is an wiki page about that

this is general info:
/etc/murasaki/bin/mount_sd.sh is the mount-script of the Hdds...
there you see the path where the hdds are mounted on the top.
there is also a way to add a second usb-hdd if you comment and uncomment the right lines....see this article

it will change a bit in the future openlink versions as it is a bit restrictive....

i already got some hints how i can make it better.

at the moment usbdevices are automatically mounted at /mnt2/usbdisk1 (LS1, HG) or /mnt/usbdisk1 (LS2..i am not exactly sure as i have no LS2)

LS1 (2.6 kernel, foonas svn1062, 750 GB, UBoot 1.2) & LS Pro (FreeLink/jtymod/GenLink, changes all the time)
Thx to all donators!

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