mount path for disk on key
Why do you think that disk manager is better than
static entry in /etc/fstab ?
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 12:52 AM, Mateusz Marzantowicz
> On 17.09.2012 19:47, Kevin Wilson wrote:
>> When I insert a disk on key into a desktop running
>> Fedora release 17 it is mounted under
>> Is there a way for setting a different path when inserting a disk on key
>> into fedora 17 ?
> Yes, but the path will be only slightly different. Simplest way to
> change this ugly B5A2-5890 is to relabel disk partition using e.g.
> dosfslabel or disk manager utility. Removable disk will be mounted
> under: /run/media/USER/LABEL. More advanced options could be found in
> disk manager tool under mount options (related to specific partition).
> You can always add static entry in /etc/fstab that will mount this
> particular ugly looking partition in some nice directory anywhere in the
> file system. But I strongly recommend using disk manager for that.
> Mateusz Marzantowicz
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