I'm using curlftpfs with macfuse to mount some ftp sites through
automount. The mount directories for each share is in
/Volumes folder. Now iTunes on each startup tries to read
/Volumes/Curlftpfs_Share and hangs.
Is it a bad practice to mount network/slow shares under
/Volumes, where should I mount it instead?
Why does iTunes check all mounted shares on startup — can I switch it off?