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Description of problem:
Similar to bug 89194 and 10503, It would be very useful to provide the ability
to specify additional mount options in updfstab.conf
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.This is an enhancement
Additional info:patch to be forewarded
Created attachment 94114 [details]
patch to implement a solution
Created attachment 94128 [details]
patch to possibly fix automounting
Although I am not sure of what all the issues in automounting are, this patch
seems like a good start. I seemed to work in very linited usage
The patch applies the user-options after the default options and this has caused
problems in the way I am using it.
On Red Hat 9 I found that specifying mount options at the end were ignored.
Specifically this involes a USB memory key with a vfat file system. I was using
the "umask=077" option and it was ignored until I put it before the entire string.
The option combiation that didn't work is:
The option combination that worked fine is:
*** Bug 89194 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I would like to stress the importance of this enhancement. Since each
write wears on a flash memory, USB drives reallly should be mounted
with then option 'noatime'
*** Bug 126893 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
As updfstab is no longer used in current releases (removable media mounting is
done via HAL, fstab-sync, and gnome-volume-manager), changes to updfstab will
almost certainly not be addressed.