Name

lsmount — a simple formatter for /proc/mounts

DESCRIPTION

gives you a much more readable output of /proc/mounts with optional colorizing, alignment and a few more useful options.

OPTIONS

-a, --use_alignment
use alignment
-c, --use_color[=auto]
use colors
-d, --debug
show debug outputs
-f, --file FILE
use another input file
-h, --help
show help and version
-l, --resolv_symlinks
resolv symlinks
-r, --show_rootfs
show rootfs
-s, --shrink_eighty
try shrinking to 80 chars
-t, --show_tmpfs
show tmpfs
-u, --show_unused
show unused columns
-v, --print_vertical
vertical output

all short options can be inverted by using the upercase letter, the longopts can be inverted by adding dont- in front.

CONFIGURATION

configuration files /etc/lsmount.rc, ~/.config/lsmount.rc

Available Options are debug, use-color, show-rootfs, shrink-eighty, show-tmpfs, show-unused, resolv-symlinks, use-alignment, vertical as described above.

shrink_eighty forces show_unused = false;

Syntax: option = [false|true|"STRING"];

AUTHOR

lsmount is written by Andreas Schwarz contact: a.schwarz_dev@dntw.de

RESOURCES

Git: <git://github.com/Llandon/lsmount.git>