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#1 myname70

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Posted 19 April 2013 - 11:49

Hi, howw can i change the mounting point of my USB stick from /media/usb to /hdd? I am with the latest OpenPli2.1 on DM800HD



Re: HDD mount (instead of /media/usb) #2 guirigui

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Posted 26 April 2013 - 11:22

Install Device Manager then choose the right mounting point...Usualy the first on top of the list....

But maybe that won't work with USB Stick..it is not advised to use this kind of item for recording due to bitrate limitation.
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Re: HDD mount (instead of /media/usb) #3 Jonathan524

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Posted 26 April 2013 - 14:53

Use fstab to choose a mount point is the most simple approch. Connect to your box via telnet

 

vi /etc/fstab

 

and enter your usb device and the mounting point you want. 

 

https://help.ubuntu....community/Fstab If you have never used fstab before



Re: HDD mount (instead of /media/usb) #4 Jonathan524

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Posted 26 April 2013 - 15:04

As example: your usb drive is sda1, you want to mount it at /hdd/usb, your drive is formated with ext4, you would insert this line in the fstab file

 

 

 

/dev/sda1 /hdd/usb ext4 defaults 0 0
 

after you change the fstab file use "mount -a" to remount the drives. It should work without restart, dont forget to create the mount point you want to use

 

 

 

mkdir /hdd/usb
 

in my example



Re: HDD mount (instead of /media/usb) #5 malakudi

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Posted 26 April 2013 - 18:45

I don't know if it works with OpenPLI 2.1, but on 3.0 you can label the usb device "hdd", then it is mounted in /media/hdd.







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