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udiskie - automatic disk mounting service using udisks

'udiskie' [options]

'udiskie-umount' [options|path]

*udiskie* uses udisks to automatically mount removable media, such as CDs and flash drives. It will mount the media in a new directory under \'+/media+', using the device name if available. It is lightweight and runs as a daemon.

*-h, \--help*::
	Show help message and exit

*-v, \--verbose*::
	Verbose output

*-s, \--suppress*::
	Suppress pop-up notifications

*-f, \--filters FILE*::
    Alternate filter configuration

*-a, \--all*::
	Unmount all devices (only for *udiskie-umount*)

Example Usage[[EU]]
Start *udiskie* in '~/.xinitrc':

	udiskie &

Unmount media:

	udiskie-umount "/media/DEVICE NAME"

*udiskie* uses filters to apply additional mount options. On startup *udiskie* reads the filters in `$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/udiskie/filters.conf` (or the file specified with *-f*). Filters can match the filesystem type or the device UUID.

Example Filters File
fstype.vfat: sync
uuid.9d53-13ba: noexec,nodev

See Also

Byron Clark <byron@theclarkfamily.name>
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