Automatically Mount USB Drives On Ubuntu Or Debian Server With USBmount

If you want to automatically mount USB drives on a server running Debian or Ubuntu (including Raspbian or Ubuntu MATE for Raspberry Pi) you can use a simple, but very effective tool called USBmount.

USBmount is a set of scripts used to automatically mount USB mass storage devices when they are plugged in. While it's not created to only run on servers, USBmount is especially useful on a server because it doesn't have a graphical user interface, and it doesn't depend on any desktop environment. And most desktops can already automount USB devices.

By default USBmount automatically mounts USB devices using /media/usb0, /media/usb1, ..., /media/usb7 mount points, with /media/usb0 being the first plugged in USB device, /media/usb1 being the second USB device you plugged in, and so on.

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