Provided by: xvmount_3.7-13_i386 bug

NAME

       xvmountconfig - interactive xvmount configuration script

SYNOPSIS

       xvmountconfig  [  -h,--help  ]  [  --force  ]  [  --automatic ] [ --dir
       directory ]

DESCRIPTION

       xvmountconfig creates the system configuration file for  the  graphical
       mount  utility  xvmount(1).   It  parses  /etc/fstab for user mountable
       devices and asks the user for all drives  that  should  appear  in  the
       widget   of  xvmount.   From  the  selections  it  creates  an  xvmount
       configuration  file  xvmounttab  either  in  /etc  or  in  a   selected
       directory.

       A  more  flexible  configuration  of  xvmount  is  possible by manually
       editing /etc/xvmounttab according to the xvmount(1) man page.

OPTIONS

       -h,--help
              Print help about usage and exit.

       --force
              Force creation of new xvmount  configuration  file  even  if  it
              exists already.

       --automatic
              Automatically   creates   an  xvmount  configuration  file  from
              /etc/fstab by using all  user  mountable  devices  and  guessing
              appropriate names for them.

       --dir directory
              Creates xvmounttab in the given directory instead of /etc.

FILES

       /etc/xvmounttab     The system-wide xvmount configuration file.

NOTE

       This   script   was   written  exclusively  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux
       distribution.  It is not a part of the upstream xvmount sources.

BUGS

       The script produces always an alphabetically ordered list  of  devices.
       Another  display  order  in  the  widget  is  only possible by manually
       editing the xvmounttab file.

AUTHOR

       Volker Ossenkopf <ossk@ph1.uni-koeln.de>

SEE ALSO

       xvmount(1)

                                30 August 2003                XVMOUNTCONFIG(8)