lufs - utilities around the Linux Userland Filesysystem
This manpage briefly documents various tools of the lufs-utils package
because the original source package did not contain manpages for them.
Most commands provide a short help message, call them with -h argument
to see it.
lufsmount is a frontend used to mount different filesystems via
the lufs module. See lufsmount (1) manpage and
/usr/share/doc/lufs-utils/README.Debian for details.
lufsmount is a umount frontend used to unmount lufs shares. See
lufsmount (1) manpage and /usr/share/doc/lufs-
utils/README.Debian for details.
lufsmnt is a suid wrapper called by lufsd. See
/usr/share/doc/lufs-utils/README.Debian for instructions to con-
figure it as suid-root program.
lussh lussh is a helper script that does obligatory work needed to
create the OpenSSH key pair and install it on a remote system
lufsd lufsd is the backend program that actually communicates between
the filesystem module in the kernel and the libraries for the
remote access. Can also be invoked as mount.lufs.
auto.* helpers that act as automount maps. See auto.master(5)
and automount(8) manpages for instructions.
Module was written by Eduard Bloch <bladeATdebian.org> for the Debian
distribution but may be used by others.
15 September 2003 LUFS(1)