volmissing - notify user that volume requested is not in the
     CD-ROM or floppy drive


     /usr/lib/vold/volmissing [-c] [-p] [-s] [-m alias]


     volmissing informs a user when a  requested  volume  is  not
     available.   Depending  on  the  option  selected, users are
     notified through their console window,   syslogd(1M),  or  a
     mail message.

     volmissing -p is the default action taken by  vold(1M),  the
     Volume  Management  daemon,  when  it needs to notify a user
     that the requested volume is not available.  If you want  to
     change  this  default event, modify the /etc/vold.conf file.
     See vold.conf(4).

     You can change the notification method for  your  system  by
     editing the vold.conf configuration file and providing a new
     option for  volmissing in the notify entry under the  Events


     -c    Send a message to the user's  console  requesting  the
           volume  be  inserted.  To end the notification without
           inserting the requested volume, use volcancel(1).

     -p    All volmissing events will be handled through  a  GUI,
           provided  a  window  system is running on the console.
           If this option is specified, and no window  system  is
           running, all messages go to the system console.

     -s    Send one message to the  syslogd(1M).

     -m alias
           Send a mail message to the specified mail alias  about
           the missing volume.


           Volume Management daemon configuration  file.  Directs
           the  Volume  Management daemon to control certain dev-
           ices, and causes action to be taken when specific cri-
           teria is met.

           Pop-up used when the -p option is supplied and a  win-
           dow system is running.


     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWvolu                    |


     volcancel(1),   volcheck(1),    rmmount(1M),    syslogd(1M),
     vold(1M),    rmmount.conf(4),  vold.conf(4),  attributes(5),

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