On Wednesday October 20 2010 03:36:46 Sonic wrote:
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.
If you don't have noauto option, then you'll get boot-time mount fail
messages if the device
are not connected. Is that good?
as long as it will automount upon connection, and won't require "mount -a"
>> If it's the latter, then if you have two USB devices plugged in, where
>> should they be mounted?
> Each USB device have unique partitions labels, so should not be a
No.. You said you want all USB devices to be mounted to the same mount
point. Then if two devices are connected simultaneously, how will they
sorry for the misunderstanding.
the same mount point they automount now.