Automounting network shares when they are accessed or removable media when they are inserted. As I like NFS, this is my preffered solution, better then my old article using fstab.
aptitude -y install autofs
AutoFS uses template files for configuration which are located in /etc/autofs. The main template is called auto.master, which can point to one or more other templates for specific media types.
You can configure autofs to mount your media to a specific folder (
/-), rather than inside a common folder (
#/media /etc/autofs/auto.media /- /etc/auto.mount
# create new: [mount point] [option] [location] /disk -fstype=nfs,rw,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,timeo=14,intr 192.168.122.1:/disk
Restart AutoFS daemon:
systemctl restart autofs
Check if NFS export is mounted:
mount | grep /disk