Definitions

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  • verb transitive, computing To mount (a file system) automatically.

Etymologies

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auto- +‎ mount

Examples

  • He is probably talking about using hal and udev for automount which is usually done by other distros.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • He is probably talking about using hal and udev for automount which is usually done by other distros.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • He is probably talking about using hal and udev for automount which is usually done by other distros.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • He is probably talking about using hal and udev for automount which is usually done by other distros.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • Hi, is there a possiblility to "automount" removable drives like USB-Sticks (at least the root directory of them, or even better some special folders like "Sound") in the main menu of FolderMenu2 (v2. 07). as I have sometimes more than one removable drive inserted (one stick, one removable HD and an ipod e.g.), there seems to be no simple way, because the pathes are relative and the drive letters change depending on the order they were inserted.

    AutoHotkey Community

  • Hi, is there a possiblility to "automount" removable drives like USB-Sticks (at least the root directory of them, or even better some special folders like "Sound") in the main menu of FolderMenu2 (v2. 07). as I have sometimes more than one removable drive inserted (one stick, one removable HD and an ipod e.g.), there seems to be no simple way, because the pathes are relative and the drive letters change depending on the order they were inserted.

    AutoHotkey Community

  • Hi, is there a possiblility to "automount" removable drives like USB-Sticks (at least the root directory of them, or even better some special folders like "Sound") in the main menu of FolderMenu2 (v2. 07). as I have sometimes more than one removable drive inserted (one stick, one removable HD and an ipod e.g.), there seems to be no simple way, because the pathes are relative and the drive letters change depending on the order they were inserted.

    AutoHotkey Community

  • Ask TUAW: Clocks, screen guards, MacBook hard drive replacement, NFS automount, and more

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

  • Ask TUAW: Clocks, screen guards, MacBook hard drive replacement, NFS automount, and more

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

  • Ask TUAW: Clocks, screen guards, MacBook hard drive replacement, NFS automount, and more

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

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