Linuxconf knows little about the amd automounter. There is no
known default configuration file for amd, so we are proposing
Linuxconf knows how to start and restart the amd server
depending on the status of the file
At this point this is all that Linuxconf is doing with amd.
A sample conf.amd.map is supplied in
/usr/lib/linuxconf. This file
is used for NFS. Whenever you have this file installed in
/etc and start the amd server, you will get a "magic"
/n directory. Whenever you do
the automounter will wake up and establish the NFS mount (if possible) to this "any-host" server. The mount will be dropped after five minutes of inactivity.