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Old 08-22-2007, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
There's a difference between image and host drive. You can't mount an image before it exists, of course. But you can point us at the location where the image is to be stored.

SD! does unmount when it creates/mounts.

If an image is not unmounted, it remains on your desktop. If you were to crash, it wouldn't be properly unmounted, of course.
Guys, don't be frustrated. There's a script at that above URL that I run at the end of every SD run that unmounts the sparseimages, or any other AFP mounts for that matter.

Here's the gist of it.

#!/usr/bin/env bash

sleep 45

if [[ `mount | awk '/^afp_/'` != "" ]]; then
  mount | grep ^afp_ \
  | perl -pe 's/.*? on //;s/( \([^)]*\))?$//;'"s/'/'\\\\''/;s/^/'/;s/\$/'/" \
  | xargs umount -f
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