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wiki:mnttool [2012/11/22 09:38]
lverns [Usage] removed mention of tce=; added instructions for (un)mounting
wiki:mnttool [2012/12/08 11:17] (current)
lverns added the MNTTOOL variable
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 unchanged, but it won't display an error message. (However, if you launched from a terminal, then you'll see an error message there.) unchanged, but it won't display an error message. (However, if you launched from a terminal, then you'll see an error message there.)
  
-It is possible to make mnttool automatically launch your favorite file manager when it successfully mounts a drive. +====Environment Variables==== 
-Simply add this line to your ~/.profile  +**mnttool**'s behavior can be modified with the following environment variables. 
-     export FILEMGR=$prog +Remember: if you set an environment variable in ~/.profile , you will need to log off and on for it to take effect. 
-where $prog is the file manager of your choice. (You must log off and log on again for this to take affect +==FILEMGR== 
-for the first time.)+This variable can be used to make **mnttool** automatically launch your favorite file manager upon the successful mounting of a drive. When a drive is successfully mounted using **mnttool**, your file manager will be launched at the drive's mount point and **mnttool** will close. It should look something like this <code>FILEMGR="/file/manager/of/your/choice"</code> 
 + 
 +==MNTTOOL== 
 +This variable can be used to set the location of mnttoolIt is used something like this 
 +<code>export MNTTOOL="X Y"</code>where is equal to the distance from the left side of the screen and 
 +where Y is equal to the distance from the top of the screen. 
 +Note: This variable is overridden by the -g[eometry] argument.
  
 ====Command-line options==== ====Command-line options====
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