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1.TH pyhesiodfs 1 "March 2011" Debathena debathena-pyhesiodfs
2.SH NAME
3pyhesiodfs \- PythonFUSE-based automounter for /mit
4.SH SYNOPSIS
5.B pyhesiodfs [
6.I options
7.B ]
8.SH DESCRIPTION
9.B pyhesiodfs
10uses the Python FUSE API to create a FUSE ("Filesystem in Userspace")
11filesystem mounted on /mit, which automatically looks up locker names
12in Hesiod and creates the necessary symlinks to the path in AFS.  It
13is the user's responsibility to obtain the necessary AFS tokens, though this is usually done at login time by PAM. 
14
15Really, you should never need to run this command by hand, and the
16only reason this man page exists is because Debian Policy requires it.
17.SH OPTIONS
18Most options are passed directly to the Python FUSE option parser.
19Consult that documentation for the appropriate options. 
20
21On Debathena, it is typically invoked as:
22.B pyhesiodfs -f /mit -o nonempty
23
24.SH FILES
25.I /etc/fuse.conf
26.RS
27Actually provided by fuse-utils, but diverted by the debathena-pyhesiodfs package.
28.SH BUGS
29Probably.
30.SH AUTHOR
31.B pyhesiodfs
32was written by Quentin Smith and heavily customized by the Debathena
33Project, a joint effort of SIPB and MIT IS&T.  The manual page was
34written by Jonathan Reed.
35.SH "SEE ALSO"
36The python-fuse documentation, available via the
37.I pydoc
38command, and its FAQ, typically installed at
39.I /usr/share/doc/python-fuse/FAQ
40
41.BR hesiod (3),
42.BR lockers (7),
43.BR undocumented (7)
44
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