cahilld at fastmail.fm
Tue Oct 11 07:42:35 UTC 2005
I'd just had a look at ivman, and its *really* easy to get going.
After installing it (it requires dbus, hal and pmount), first run it as
root (sudo ivman), then run another instance of it as your normal user.
I tested a couple of things. Firstly, usb stick showed up under /media
within a few seconds. Secondly, a cd automounted.
The only challenge as far as I can tell is to get the ivman services
started. I don't know what the debian way is to do that. Perhaps a
xubuntu-volume-manager package that puts a tiny script in /etc/init.d
and links in rc.S etc?
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