On 10/19/2010 11:57 AM, Dj YB wrote:
On Tuesday October 19 2010 03:13:16 Sonic wrote:
> Do you want *one* particular device to be mounted at the same mount
> point all the time?
> Or do you want that *any* USB device be mounted at the same mount point?
any USB device.
> If it's the former, add a line in /etc/fstab:
> /dev/disk/by-label/<label> /media/usb-device auto
> defaults,user,noauto 0 0
can this be used for automount? , usually the devices are disconnected.
don't have noauto option, then you'll get boot-time mount fail
messages if the devices are not connected. Is that good?
> If it's the latter, then if you have two USB devices plugged
> should they be mounted?
Each USB device have unique partitions labels, so should not be a problem.
said you want all USB devices to be mounted to the same mount
point. Then if two devices are connected simultaneously, how will they