I keep all my music on a SD card so that I can easily move it between my computers, phone, and MP3 player. This means no more syncing or duplication.
However, with the Gnome auto-mounter, I don’t like the default mount
/var/run/$USER/volname. I greatly prefer having it mounted
~/Music. Fortunately, this is easy to do. The
option in fstab signals the Gnome auto-mounter to mount this volume in
a specific place, and show it as an ejectable volume. Add the
following line to
# With removable media, this only makes sense when using the UUID as the device specifier. UUID="UUID" /mount/point vfat nosuid,nodev,nofail,uid=1000,gid=1000,x-gvfs-show 0 0
A reboot is required for this to take effect. There’s probably some service to refresh it, but I didn’t dig so much.