bashmount is a command-line tool to easily manage removable media.
- Install the
somewhere in your path (eg,
- Optional: Install the
There are also packages available for:
Add something like this to your
$HOME/.bashrc to make life easier:
udisks2 is recommended, so that regular users can manage removable media
without sudo. By default,
udisks2 is auto-detected, but you can force use
udisks2 on or off in the configuration file.
bashmount works fine without a configuration file, but there's some neat
things you can do.
Have a look at the example configuration file.
- Open your desired file manager at the mountpoint of a device. (The default is to open in your terminal.)
- Hide certain devices from the list.
- Configure custom commands to run on removable devices.
- Automatically run custom commands after a mount or unmount.