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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Removable Media Features and Benefits

The Solaris release gives users and software developers a standard interface for dealing with removable media. Removable media services provide the following benefits:

  • Automatically mounts removable media. For a comparison of manual and automatic mounting, see the following section.

  • Enables you to access removable media without having to become superuser.

  • Allows you to give other systems on the network automatic access to any removable media on your local system. For more information, see Chapter 3, Accessing Removable Media (Tasks).

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