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       /etc/X11/xfm/xfm_dev - xfm device configuration


       When  starting  xfm(1) - the X file and application manager - reads this file to determine
       mount and umount commands for specific directories.


       One entry per line.  Lines starting with a hash (#) and empty  lines  are  ignored.   Each
       line  consists  out  of  three  or  four fields, separated by colons (:).  Backslashes and
       colons within those fields have to be escaped using backslashes.


       The first field describes which directory this entry is about.  If this this directory  or
       and  child  directory  of this is opened, while no other one is open, the mount command is
       executed. If the last file window showing this directory or a child thereof,  the  unmount
       command is executed.

       This  field  can  also  be  the  special  string GETFSENT, which is described in a special
       paragraph below.

   mount command
       The second field is the command to execute for mounting.  It is given  the  shell  as  one
       argument after a -c.

   unmount command
       The  third  field  is the command to execute for unmounting.  It is given the shell as one
       argument after a -c.

       The fourth field is optional.  It is only used to specify an icon for the 0 No icon  field
       is  equivalent  to an icon field containing dev_disk.xpm, which differs from an empty icon
       field.  (See xfm(5)).

automatic configuration via GETFSENT

       If the first field of an entry is the special string GETFSENT,  and  the  systen  xfm  was
       compiled  on  had  a  fstab.h  file,  the  getfsent(3) function is used to get mount point

       Every mount point which contains a mount option starting with user.  (like user, or users)
       for which no specification does yet exists is added to the list.

   mount and unmount command
       These  commands  are expanded with a space and the directory in question and the result is
       handled a in the normal case.  This needs some fixing with directories containing spaces.

   icon field
       The icon field can in this case be appended by an arbitrary number of rules of the form
       If the filesystem has type fstype, the icon iconname is used instead.


       /media/cdrom:mount /media/cdrom:umount /media/cdrom:cdrom.xpm
       /floppy:mount /floppy:umount /floppy


              Unless otherwise specified in the X resources, this is the first location xfm looks
              for this file.

              Unless otherwise specified in the X resources, this file is tried when the previous
              could not be read.

              This is the file getfsent most likely gets its information from.


       xfm(1), mount(8), getfsent(3).