Hi, A while ago I wrote [thread=23105]an elaborate shell script[/thread] to provide HAL-style disk mounting in Openbox (still my favourite WM btw). Personally it's been really successful for my own use, and I get the impression others have liked it too. Well I've been tweaking it here and there, and it's now an even more elaborate shell script, but it's at the point where I think it can serve as a generic FreeBSD volume manager for more than just Openbox. It still lacks a client for KDE/Gnome/XFCE type environments, but I decided to put up what I've written so far in the hope someone will write a client for the above. I haven't used those desktop environments for a while, and don't plan to anytime soon, so I figured it's best someone else called the shots on how such a client should work! The CLI and Openbox clients are rewritten for the new client/server architecture, and they function in much the same way as before. And yes, I changed the name of it again! I felt the old name was too misleading as this technically is not an auto-mounting thingie. (unless someone writes a client to do just that) It's in the PR database for now: PR ports/161977. Hopefully this one will get committed! In addition to the new architecture, NTFS3G aka read/write NTFS support is now done! Sudo is also no longer needed, and a configuration file with some options has been added. In total this supports UFS, EXT2, FAT32, and NTFS. Only USB based storage devices have been tested by me.