creates the system configuration file for the graphical mount utility
It parses /etc/fstab for user mountable devices and asks the
user for all drives that should appear in the widget of
From the selections it creates an xvmount configuration file
either in /etc or in a selected directory.
A more flexible configuration of xvmount is possible by manually editing
according to the
Print help about usage and exit.
Force creation of new
configuration file even if it exists already.
Automatically creates an
configuration file from /etc/fstab by using all user mountable
devices and guessing appropriate names for them.
Creates xvmounttab in the given directory instead of /etc.
This script was written exclusively for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution.
It is not a part of the upstream xvmount sources.
The script produces always an alphabetically ordered list of devices.
Another display order in the widget is only possible by manually editing
the xvmounttab file.