autofs is a daemon which automatically mounts filesystems when you use
them, and unmounts them later when you are not using them. This can
include network filesystems, CD-ROMs, floppies, and so forth.
autofs The automounter maps are FILE, NIS, NISPLUS or LDAP (including LDAP via SSS) referred to by the master map of the automounter (see auto.master(5)). These maps... autofs.conf Configuration settings used by automount(8) may be changed in the configuration file /etc/autofs.conf. This file contains two primary sections, autofs and amd... autofs_ldap_auth.conf LDAP authenticated binds, TLS encrypted connections and certification may be used by setting appropriate values in the autofs authentication configuration file... auto.master The auto.master map is consulted to set up automount managed mount points when the autofs(8) script is invoked or the automount(8) program is run. Each line... autofs autofs controls the operation of the automount(8) daemon(s) running on the Linux system. Usually autofs is invoked at system boot time with the start parameter... automount The automount program is used to manage mount points for autofs, the inlined Linux automounter. automount works by reading the auto.master(5) map and sets up...