A Kernel-Based Automounter

AutoFS is a kernel-based automounter for Linux. It automatically
mounts filesystems when you use them, and unmounts them later when
you are not using them. This can include network filesystems, CD-ROMs,
floppies, and so forth.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
NetworkManager-autofs 0000000408 408 Bytes over 7 years
README.SUSE 0000001908 1.86 KB about 8 years
README.SUSE.ldap 0000001410 1.38 KB about 8 years
autofs-5.0.9-suse-auto_master_default.patch 0000000782 782 Bytes over 5 years
autofs-5.0.9-task-use-after-free.patch 0000000584 584 Bytes over 5 years
autofs-5.0.9.tar.xz 0000256680 251 KB over 5 years
autofs-debuginfo-fix.patch 0000000275 275 Bytes over 5 years
autofs.changes 0000067070 65.5 KB about 5 years
autofs.schema 0000000819 819 Bytes almost 13 years
autofs.service 0000000466 466 Bytes over 5 years
autofs.spec 0000005055 4.94 KB about 5 years
get-upstream-patches 0000001439 1.41 KB over 5 years
sysconfig.autofs 0000005102 4.98 KB over 8 years
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