Please, how to make a new label for usb flashdisc? In device notifier (KDE4) is always only Volume (vfat) and it is not very comfortable for me. Thanks for suggestions.
on 01/07/2010 – Made popular on 01/07/2010
* -fstype=vfat,sync,uid=1000 :/dev/sd&Assuming auto.master has specified the base folder /media, the above works to put /dev/sdb1 into /media/b1 and so on and so forth (/dev/sdb8 into /media/b8).However, I'd like to be able to do something similar but using the labels (/dev/disk/by-label).
i had surfed around on diffrend chiness sites and found a rom i would like to test, if the test going good i will upload it for you, but i dont know about it is for hboot 1.25 or 1.28 but if i look in vold.fstab it look like this :
## Vold 2.0 fstab for HTC Passion
## - San Mehat (email@example.com)
## Regular device mount
## Format: dev_mount <l
I have a Debian sid system (Wheezy), without any desktop environment (and no Xorg at all).
I can mount my SD-cards, USB sticks, external HDD by label into a specified directory in /media/ manually with mount / umount and the suitable entries in /etc/fstab, but this is compelling, and to restrictive: if I want them to be mounted in /media/<LABEL>, each device with a different <LABEL> n
Hi: I have some partitions on the disk which have no label in it. The cfdisk linux program run with no options initially displays several columns. For one of them the header says 'label'. This is the meaning I'm giving to the word 'label' here.
What would be a way to change the label for a partition?
I want to have external USB hard drives automatically mounted when plugged in.
I have 2 drives exactly the same except for volume label.
They both have the same UUID.
I want to be easily able to swap them as I'm using them for backups and want to keep 1 at home for off site backup.
I've set up the /etc/fstab so they should mount at different places based on their volume label:
Also a 6TB disk will require a GPT label instead of the more usual DOS MBR type. To boot from a volume with a GPT label you need a system with UEFI rather than a legacy BIOS. Two possibilities: one... [by TrevorH]