Ivman is a flexible userspace volume manager for Linux. Originally an automounter, it can also be used to run arbitrary commands when certain devices are added to or removed from the system, when properties on existing devices change, or when devices emit conditions. Unlike gnome-volume-manager, it runs from a console. It uses D-BUS and HAL to listen for new devices, and uses pmount for mounting.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: DBUS/HAL integration was improved.
Release Notes: Some DBus assertion errors were fixed.
Release Notes: Automounting was fixed for HAL 0.5.7 or greater. The option to process all rules in IvmConfigActions.xml when Ivman starts was added.
Release Notes: Ivman is now dual-licensed under the GPL-2 and the QPL.
Release Notes: This release respects HAL storage.automount_enabled_hint property. It respects HAL device locks. A small 'ivman-launch' script is included to manage a per-session instance of Ivman.