Mounting USB devices (was : How Does One Re-run write_cd_rules Solved)
On Sun, 06 May 2012 09:25:39 -0500, Martin McCormick wrote:
Nice to see you finally sorted the CD-R problem.
> I still need to fix an entry in fstab to mount a FAT32
> usb stick on a mount point called /flash. Since there are several
> possibilities of usb devices that will be plugged in and have a FAT32
> file system, I will need to screen for that in the ruleset, not the
> device manufacturer as that would only match maybe one device at the
Why don't let the automounter (or udev rules in the event you don't have
any DE installed)) automatically puts the unknown USB devices under "/
media" or inside your own defined "/flash" mount point?
Static mount points (those defined in "/etc/fstab") can be good for
devices you know beforehand but not for those you know nothing about
(unknown UUID, unknown LABEL...) because you cannot "identify" them.
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