Following automounter map conventions
When creating any of the automounter maps, follow these conventions:
Use a backslash before characters that may confuse the automounter's
parser. For example, suppose you want to mount a directory whose name
includes a colon, such as rc0:dk1. This resource name might
result in the map entry
/junk -ro vmsserver:rc0:dk1
The automounter will be confused by the second colon in this entry. To
avoid a problem, the entry should look like this:
/junk -ro vmsserver:rc0\:dk1
Use double quotes around a resource name to hide white space.
Comments must be preceded by ``#''.
For long entries, use backslashes to split the line into two or more
shorter lines. For example, the entry
/usr/frame -ro,soft redwood:/usr/frame1.3 balsa:/export/frame
could be written as
/usr/frame -ro,soft redwood:/usr/frame1.3 \
Writing a master map
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 - 01 June 2005