Going through the forum, I see lots of threads on how to mount optware/entware using the fstab, and mount -o bind etc, but nothing on how to unmount optware/entware in order to remove the USB. typically there is always something writing to entware, so you have to kill the process before using the gui umount feature, which kind of makes it redundant without calling up a good unmount script. I was trying to use the following script: Code: # Unmount Opt from flash drive killall ??? sleep 5 umount /swap umount /opt umount /data umount /BKUP sleep 10 but there's no way to know if it's going to be the same process that I need to add to the killall command. I would like to have something like Koitsu's mount.autorun script, but for unmounting, i.e. can globally shutdown the processes, or make the USB non writeable before unmounting. Does anyone have any ideas? I looked at the rc.unslung script, to see if I could stop it, but since I don't fully understand it I thought I should post my question here first. Thanks in advance.