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13.37 > Desktop > wmudmount (1.8)

wmudmount is a (dockapp) filesystem mounter that uses udisks to handle
notification of new filesystems as a non-root user. It also includes
a mode to display the mounted filesystems with the least free space
percentage (similar to wmfsm).

This requires udisks and, optionally, gnome-keyring.

To compile with gnome-keyring this needs to be explicitly requested with:

KEYRING="YES" ./wmudmount.SlackBuild

Note that if you don't compile with gnome-keyring (default behavior) you
need to run wmudmount with the "--allow-insecure-memory" command line flag.

Maintained by: Rex Hauser
Keywords: mount,udisks
ChangeLog: wmudmount


Source Downloads:
wmudmount-1.8.tar.gz (a7a899d50b06d451648ea5496e38a976)

Download SlackBuild:
wmudmount.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

Validated for Slackware 13.37

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