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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000987||Kali Linux||[All Projects] New Tool Requests||public||2014-01-25 01:58||2018-01-29 15:16|
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|Description||udevil is a command line Linux program which mounts and unmounts removable devices without a password, shows device info, and monitors device changes. It can also mount ISO files, nfs://, smb://, ftp://, ssh:// and WebDAV URLs, and tmpfs/ramfs filesystems.|
Intended as a hassle-free replacement for udisks
Highly configurable & security conscious
Requires no daemon running
To use it, just prefix a normal mount command with 'udevil'
Can replace udisks in the SpaceFM file manager and the devmon automounting daemon (devmon is included with udevil)
Lightweight - Written in C with libudev and glib - no dependency on udisks or gvfs
Users can specify custom mount points and mount options
Optional user mounting of nfs://, smb://, ftp://, ssh:// and WebDAV network URLs with support for username, password, port, and any other configured options
Optional user mounting of image files (ISO, etc)
Uses mount's existing command line usage - just prefix your mount command with 'udevil'. Also supports udisks v1 and v2 command line usage
Flexible - Admins can easily adjust allowed users, groups, fstypes, devices, and networks, and set default mount options and allowed mount options for each fstype, with exceptions for special users
Extensible - Allows admins to use additional custom authentication and notification scripts
Secure - Designed to limit user actions to only what you want enabled, plus easily log all system-wide uses of udevil
Detailed errors and verbose commands for quick troubleshooting
Works as SpaceFM's mount/unmount command, replacing need for pmount or udisks
Includes and works as a udisks v1 replacement for the devmon automounting daemon
|Additional Information||Depends only on udev and glib and would make a great tool addition as I have found it helpful in detecting and mounting hard to mount or damaged devices that are not normally seen more information on this tool can be found at its page |
also it is debian compliant
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