Sorry for the late summary. The origional question was:
>We use in our workstation (running SunOS 4.1.3) the smount/unmount program,
>which allows normal users to mount/umount the CDROM-device.
>People often forget to unmount, therefore I am interested that the system
>will automatically unmount the device, if it has not been accessed within
>an appropriate time.
>I tried to check the last access time to the CDROM-device with:
>But it returns me a time, which seems to be the creation date.
>Does anybody has a solution?
Most of the responses adviced to use /usr/etc/automount. But this
works only for NFS file systems, and not for devices, which are locally
Pete (email@example.com) recommended to use the amd-software.
This is an automounter daemon, which mounts/unmounts also ufs and hsfs
I installed the software, and it is works well for the cdrom-device,
which is directly connected to our workstation.
I got also a reply, that there is a vold-command in solaris 2.x, x>=2.
We are running SunOS 4.1.3, so I could'nt try it.
Thanks to all who replied:
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