Bryan did not yet updated the sysutils/automount port.after upgrade from 11.2 to 12.0-RELEASE automount don't work.
cause - mount_msdosfs don't understand options 'large', although in man this options is present.
sorry, i don't view last version in git - everything should work there. but i use version from port tree.
# fetch -o /usr/local/sbin/automount https://raw.githubusercontent.com/vermaden/automount/master/automount
Welcome, happy automounting (and autounmounting) I wish YouYes, the automount facility that's part of the OS now still offers no way to allow for regular user write/unmount of the automounted media. Which kind of reduces its usability, doesn't it? For more often than not people use removable USB drives in order to write something there.
Thank you, vermaden, very much for YOUR hard work on this very useful script .
Just today a friend visited me and asked to write a couple of files on a USB flash drive. He's not very friendly with computer stuff in general, but among the things he does know is that you insert a USB drive and then you use it, period. So I couldn't explain it to him nor to myself why it is that the most advanced OS (which I sincerely believe FreeBSD to be) can't offer an official way to do the same thing. So I will leave the automount(8) to developers to fiddle with until it comes to maturity and in the meantime will use this very helpful script of yours.