I'm now using pmount started from the tint2 panel in alphaOS 10. Both pmount and functions4puppy had to be modified because of the changed dir structure in newer Arch and the old symlink dc to busybox dc was replaced with a direct call to busybox dc. Since it is intended only for alphaOS, yaf-splash was replaced with gtkdialog-splash and I changed the names of both the above to reflect the alphaOS onlyness. Used the original GUI version for it's smaller dialog box. Haven't tried any FS exotica as I don't have any but works fine in daily use. The tarball below is for manual installation and testing if you wish . As usual, check permissions after untarring.
Edit: Modified 9/14/2013 to work in alphaOS 11. Eliminated need for symlinks gtkdialog3 and gtkdialog4 in /usr/bin.
Thanks for sharing this, someone might want to use pmount, for me spaceFM internal mounting is enough. Whenever I mount partition or USB, it is because I want to open some file, so I would need to start File manager anyway. Cheers.