|DJMOUNT(1)||General Commands Manual||DJMOUNT(1)|
djmount - file system client for mounting network media servers
djmount [options] mountpoint
This manual page describes briefly the djmount command.
This package provides a client for Universal Plug'n'Play (UPnP) Audio-Visual MediaServers. It discovers all compatible UPnP AV devices on the network automatically and mounts their media content as a file system using FUSE.
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the Info files.
- enable debug output (implies -f)
- foreground operation (default: daemonized)
- -h, --help
- print this help, then exit
- print version number, then exit
- -o [options]
- mount options (see below)
- Mount options (one or more comma separated options):
iocharset=<charset> filenames encoding (default: from environment)
playlists use playlists for AV files, instead of plain files
search_history=<size> number of remembered searches (default: 100)
(set to 0 to disable search)
- See FUSE documentation for the following mount options:
default_permissions enable permission checking by kernel
allow_other allow access to other users
allow_root allow access to root
kernel_cache cache files in kernel
nonempty allow mounts over non-empty file/dir
fsname=NAME set filesystem name in mtab
- Debug levels are one or more comma separated words:
upnperr, upnpall: increasing level of UPnP traces
error, warn, info, debug: increasing level of djmount traces
fuse: activates FUSE traces
leak, leakfull: enable talloc leak reports at exit
'-d' alone defaults to 'upnpall, debug, fuse, leak' which is all traces.
djmount was written by Rémi Turboult <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Dario Minnucci <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).
|August 31, 2009|