4007Need help for usb automount with Murakasi
- Sep 7, 2005Hi there !
I'm actually in the process of making the kurobox HG better than it
is with the standard system image (and there is a lot of work !!!) !
Maybe some of you already have seen my image for the kurobox
(sylver's image => you can check @
http://www.kurobox.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=708 when kurobox.com
will have paid his provider bill ...)
So, after replacing some old applications with some recent
applications (inetd => xinetd, thttpd => lighttpd, vsftpd instead of
the old ftp server ...), and creating a recent building environment
(gcc 3.4.4 ...), my next work is to make USB devices automount
working on the kurobox HG (for now, automount doesn't work ) !
Here is what i know / what i have already done :
- Murasaki is the application installed on the kurobox HG to handle
USB devices (and PCI devices too i think), it catch events like usb
device inserted / usb device removed ...
- It runs at startup and detects devices (so a cat /proc/scsi/scsi
give me a list of plugged usb devices)
- There is an automount script in /etc/murasaki/bin , it's using a
configuration file in /etc/murasaki to know what to mount and where
to mount (format is "search_string partition_to_mount where_to_mount
partition_type", so i add a ".*storage.* 0 /mnt/usbdevice1 vfat" line
in the file, and i add a call to that script @ startup (added a line
in /etc/init.d/murasaki). This way, it's working to mount devices
(only first usb device as i can't ma a difference between device 1 &
device 2) @ startup ! But it's not working to automount/autounmount
when inserting/removing the usb key !
As i don't know very well the murasaki application, i need help from
someone with a linkstation (V1) to give me the scripts that are in
the box (/etc/murasaki directory + /etc/init.d/murasaki + stuff about
murasaki in /sbin), so i can check how the automount stuff is done ...
It would be great if someone could send me these files ( snatcher93
at rocketmail.com ) or give me a link to a linkstation v1 disk image !
Thanks in advance,
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