Ubuntu: Mount USB to the same directory Ubuntu


I have a USB key which is mounted to a directory that I have created. For this I have edited fstab file in Ubuntu The problem is that if I disconnect this key(which was in /dev/sdb) and connect another USB key, this one is not mounted at the same point.(because it is in /dev/sdb2) How can I make that only on, once a connected USB key is mounted at the same directory?


Ubuntu uses /media as default place for automount, so you can just use a hack for your problem.

sudo ln -s /media /path-to-your-dir  

Now whatever the usb is mounted then it will be listed in some dir inside your dir stated above.

This is some hack, maybe you can find better answer.

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