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       udiskie - automounter for removable media


       udiskie [OPTIONS]

       udiskie-mount [OPTIONS] (-a | DEVICE...)

       udiskie-umount [OPTIONS] (-a | PATH...)


       udiskie is an udisks2 front-end written in python. Its main purpose is automatically
       mounting removable media, such as CDs or flash drives. It has optional mount
       notifications, a GTK tray icon and user level CLIs for manual mount and unmount
       operations. The media will be mounted in a new directory under /media or /run/media/USER/,
       using the device name if possible.


       -h, --help
           Show help message and exit.

       -V, --version
           Show help message and exit.

       -v, --verbose
           Verbose output.

       -q, --quiet
           Quiet output.

       -c FILE, --config=FILE
           Specify config file.

       -C, --no-config
           Don’t use any config file.


       -p COMMAND, --password-prompt=COMMAND
           Password retrieval command. The string is formatted with the device attributes as
           keyword arguments, e.g.:

               -p "zenity --entry --hide-text --text 'Enter password for {device_presentation}:'"

       -P, --no-password-prompt
           Disable unlocking of LUKS devices.


       -a, --automount
           Enable automounting new devices (default).

       -A, --no-automount
           Disable automounting new devices.

       -n, --notify
           Enable pop-up notifications (default).

       -N, --no-notify
           Disable pop-up notifications.

       -t, --tray
           Show tray icon.

       -s, --smart-tray
           Show tray icon that automatically hides when there is no action available.

       -T, --no-tray
           Disable tray icon (default).

       -f PROGRAM, --file-manager=PROGRAM
           Set program to open mounted directories. Default is 'xdg-open'. Pass an empty string
           to disable this feature.

       -F, --no-file-manager
           Disable browsing.

           Set terminal command line to open mounted directories. Default is none! Pass an empty
           string to disable this feature.

           Disable terminal action.

           Use AppIndicator3 for the status icon. Use this on Ubuntu/Unity if no icon is shown.

           Use Gtk.StatusIcon for the status icon (default).

       --password-cache MINUTES
           Cache passwords for LUKS partitions and set the timeout.

           Never cache passwords (default).

       --notify-command COMMAND
           Command to execute on device events. Command string be formatted using the event name
           and the list of device attributes (see below), e.g.:

               --notify-command "zenity --info --text '{event}: {device_presentation}'"

           No notify command (default).


       -a, --all
           Mount all handled devices.

       -r, --recursive
           Recursively mount cleartext partitions after unlocking a LUKS device. This will happen
           by default when running the udiskie daemon.

       -R, --no-recursive
           Disable recursive mounting (default).

       -o OPTIONS, --options=OPTIONS
           Set mount options.


       -a, --all
           Unmount all handled devices.

       -d, --detach
           Detach drive by e.g. powering down its physical port.

       -D, --no-detach
           Don’t detach drive (default).

       -e, --eject
           Eject media from the drive, e.g CDROM.

       -E, --no-eject
           Don’t eject media (default).

       -f, --force
           Force removal (recursive unmounting).

       -F, --no-force
           Don’t force removal (default).

       -l, --lock
           Lock device after unmounting (default).

       -L, --no-lock
           Don’t lock device.


       Start udiskie in ~/.xinitrc:

           udiskie &

       Unmount media and power down USB device:

           udiskie-umount --detach /media/Sticky

       Mount all media:

           udiskie-mount -a

       Mount /dev/sdb1:

           udiskie-mount /dev/sdb1


       The file .config/udiskie/config.yml can be used to configure defaults for command line
       parameters and customize further settings. The actual path may differ depending on
       $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. The file format is YAML, see If you
       don’t want to install PyYAML, it is possible to use an equivalent JSON file with the name
       config.json instead.

           # This is an example (nonsense) configuration file for udiskie.

             # Configure defaults for command line options

             tray:             auto    # [bool] Enable the tray icon. "auto"
                                       # means auto-hide the tray icon when
                                       # there are no handled devices.

             menu:             flat    # ["flat" | "nested"] Set the
                                       # systray menu behaviour.

             automount:        false   # [bool] Enable automatic mounting.

             notify:           true    # [bool] Enable notifications.

             password_cache:   30      # [int] Password cache in minutes. Caching is
                                       # disabled by default. It can be disabled
                                       # explicitly by setting it to false

             file_manager:     xdg-open
               # [string] Set program to open directories. It will be invoked
               # with the folder path as its last command line argument.

             terminal:         'termite -d'
               # [string] Set terminal command line to open directories. It will be
               # invoked with the folder path as its last command line argument.

             password_prompt: ["gnome-keyring-query", "get", "{id_uuid}"]
               # [string|list] Set command to retrieve passwords. If specified
               # as a list it defines the ARGV array for the program call. If
               # specified as a string, it will be expanded in a shell-like
               # manner. Each string will be formatted using `str.format`. For a
               # list of device attributes, see below. The two special string values
               # "builtin:gui" and "builtin:tty" signify to use udiskie's
               # builtin password prompt.

             notify_command: "zenity --info --text '{event}: {device_presentation}'"
               # [string|list] Set command to be executed on any device event.
               # This is specified like `password_prompt`.


             # List of device option rules. Each item can match any combination of device
             # attributes. Additionally, it defines the resulting action (see below).
             # Any rule can contain multiple filters (AND) and multiple actions.
             # Only the first matching rule that defines a given action is used.
             # The rules defined here are simply prepended to the builtin device rules,
             # so that it is possible to completely overwrite the defaults by specifying
             # a catch-all rule (i.e. a rule without device attributes).

           - device_file: /dev/dm-5    # [filter]
             ignore:      false        # [action] never ignore this device
           - id_uuid: 9d53-13ba        # [filter] match by device UUID
             options: [noexec, nodev]  # [action] mount options can be given as list
             ignore:  false            # [action] never ignore this device (even if fs=FAT)
             automount: false          # [action] do not automount this device
           - id_type: vfat             # [filter] match file system type
             ignore:  true             # [action] ignore all FAT devices

           - id_type: ntfs             # [filter] (optional)
             skip: true                # [action] skip all further (even builtin) rules
                                       # for all matched devices, and resolve action result
                                       # on parent device

           - ignore:    True           # never mount/unmount or even show this in the GUI
             automount: False          # show but do not automount this device
             options: []               # additional options to be passed when mounting

           mount_options:              # [deprecated] do not use
           ignore_device:              # [deprecated] do not use

             # Customize which notifications are shown for how long. Possible
             # values are:
             #   positive number         timeout in seconds
             #   false                   disable
             #   -1                      use the libnotify default timeout

             timeout:          1.5     # set the default for all notifications

             # Specify only if you want to overwrite the default:
             device_mounted:   5       # mount notification
             device_unmounted: false   # unmount notification
             device_added:     false   # device has appeared
             device_removed:   false   # device has disappeared
             device_unlocked:  -1      # encrypted device was unlocked
             device_locked:    -1      # encrypted device was locked
             job_failed:       -1      # mount/unlock/.. has failed

           quickmenu_actions: [mount, unmount, unlock, terminal, detach, delete]
             # List of actions to be shown in the quickmenu or the special value 'all'.
             # The quickmenu is shown on left-click if using flat menu type.

             # Define which actions should be shown on notifications. Note that there
             # are currently only a limited set of actions available for each
             # notification. Events that are not explicitly specified show the default
             # set of actions. Specify an empty list if you don't want to see any
             # notification for the specified event:

             device_mounted:   [browse]
             device_added:     [mount]

             # Customize the icon set used by the tray widget. Each entry
             # specifies a list of icon names. The first installed icon from
             # that list will be used.

             media:   [drive-removable-media, media-optical]
             browse:  [document-open, folder-open]
             terminal: [terminal, terminator, xfce-terminal]
             mount:   [udiskie-mount]
             unmount: [udiskie-unmount]
             unlock:  [udiskie-unlock]
             lock:    [udiskie-lock]
             eject:   [udiskie-eject, media-eject]
             detach:  [udiskie-detach]
             delete:  [udiskie-eject]
             quit:    [application-exit]

       All keys are optional. Reasonable defaults are used if you leave them unspecified.


       Some of the config entries make use of Device attributes. The following list of attributes
       is currently available, but there is no guarantee that they will remain available:

           Attribute               Hint/Example

           device_file             block device path, e.g. "/dev/sdb1"
           device_presentation     display string, e.g. "/dev/sdb1"
           device_size             block device size
           device_id               unique, persistent device identifier
           id_usage                E.g. "filesystem" or "crypto"
           id_type                 E.g. "ext4" or "crypto_LUKS"
           id_label                device label
           id_uuid                 device UUID
           is_external             udisks flag HintSystem=false
           is_systeminternal       udisks flag HintSystem=true
           mount_paths             list of mount paths
           mount_path              any mount path
           in_use                  device or any of its children mounted
           loop_file               file backing the loop device
           setup_by_uid            user that setup the loop device
           autoclear               automatically delete loop device after use




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