Provided by: pmount_0.9.17-2_i386 bug

NAME

       pmount-hal - HAL-aware wrapper around pmount

SYNOPSIS

       pmount-hal device [ pmount options ]

DESCRIPTION

       pmount  ("policy mount") is a wrapper around the standard mount program
       which permits  normal  users  to  mount  removable  devices  without  a
       matching /etc/fstab entry.

       pmount-hal extends pmount by making it work together with hal (Hardware
       Abstration Layer).  pmount-hal will ask hal about  values  for  certain
       mount  flags (like noatime and async) and the prefered mount point name
       and pass it to pmount, thus respecting the  configured  device  storage
       policy.

       The  first parameter (device) must be the HAL UDI or the device node of
       the device to be mounted. All further parameters are passed  to  pmount
       unchanged.

ENVIRONMENT

       PMOUNT_DEBUG
              Setting  this  variable  to  a  nonempty value will enable debug
              messages.

SEE ALSO

       pmount(1), hald(8),

AUTHOR

       pmount is developed by Martin Pitt <martin.pitt@canonical.com>.