Don't understand that solution. Is there another way? To cause HAL mount vfat with exact flags, such as iocharset=utf-8.
Why should i edit my fstab? I don't want to. Wanna mount any vfat filesystem with correct options. Example:
today i connect my flashdrive, ok, an entry for it /dev/sda1 in fstab is suitable for me
tomorrow i connect flashdrive with reiserfs, which doesn't understand iocharset option
day after tomorrow i connect two flashdrives, so i should create two entries in my fstab and so on.
There should be away to make HAL mount the filesystem with the option. And not using any third-party like http://slackwareart.blogspot.com/200...slackware.html
when a program EDITS(imagine that) my fstab every time i insert my flashdrive into usb port. fstab is something static, not dynamic