autocd

AUTOCD(8)                 BSD System Manager's Manual                AUTOCD(8)

NAME
     autocd — compact disc control daemon

SYNOPSIS
     autocd [-hc] [-d device] [-p mountpoint] [-f fstype] [-o options]
            [-s socket] [-u user] [-g group] [-m mode]

DESCRIPTION
     autocd is a daemon for control compact disc drives.  autocd allows
     automatically playing, mounting of compact discs and controls them with
     cdctl(1).

OPTIONS
     The following options are available:

     -h      display the autocd help information.

     -c      do not close devices while playing is in progress.  Required in
             NetBSD and OpenBSD.

     -d device
             choose device for control.  May be used multiply times.  If the
             option [-d] is not used, default /dev/cd0c is used.

     -p mountpoint
             change mount point for the last device.  Only avaible if running
             from root.  If no option [-d] used before, default device used.
             If option [-p] is not used for device, mount point for this
             device used from fstab(5).  If no mount point in fstab(5) for
             this device, mounting for this disabled.

     -f fstype
             change fstype for last device.  Only avaible if running from
             root.  If no option [-d] used before, default device used.  If
             option [-f] is not used for device, fstype for this device used
             from fstab(5).  If no mount point in fstab(5) for this device
             default cd9660 is used.

     -o options
             Change mount options for last device.  Only avaible if running
             from root.  If no option [-d] used before, default device used.
             If option [-o] is not used for device, mount options for this
             device used from fstab(5).  If no mount point in fstab(5) for
             this device default ro is used.

     -s socket
             Path to a control socket. Default is /tmp/autocd.

     -u user
             Change owner for a control socket.  Default is root.  Only
             avaible if running from root.

     -g group
             Change group for a control socket.  Default is wheel.  Only
             avaible if running from root.

     -m mode
             Change permissions for a control socket.  Default is 666.

FILES
     /tmp/autocd
               default location of a control socket.

     /dev/cd0c
               default device for control.

SEE ALSO
     cdctl(1), acdplay(1)

AUTHORS
     MATPOCKuH <KOT@MATPOCKuH.Ru>

BSD                             August 13, 2002                            BSD