[SATLUG] mounting in /media on debian/ubuntu
tsuehpsyde at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 08:27:48 CDT 2008
Using labels or UUIDs are also a bit more safe when mounting devices via
/etc/fstab since sometimes, the kernel likes to either change the naming
scheme (/dev/hda to /dev/sda comes to mind as of late), or if you have
multiple /dev/sdX devices and any of them include an add-in card, they will
ennumerate differently on different reboots (always fun). Labels are a safer
bet, and I've started using them. For example, Ubuntu uses UUIDs to mount
things (just a bit more unique than a label). Just don't put two of the same
labels in a system, or things will be not so fun.
Also, I assume the /media mount points are being handled by udev. I'd have
to look into it, but I'm not awake yet.
On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 7:22 AM, ed <horned0wl93 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Chris Lemire wrote:
>> If you make new entries in your fstab, the devices will get mounted where
>> ever you want.
> This worked for me...
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>>> Subject: [SATLUG] mounting in /media on debian/ubuntu
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>>> Date: Sunday, July 13, 2008, 11:10 PM
>>> Anyone know of the top of their head how things get named in
>>> /media -
>>> that is, how can I control that a USB media player gets the
>>> same name.
>>> Second question is how to force that mounting; konqueror
>>> can do it and
>>> so does inserting it, sometimes..
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