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    Default CentOS Linux Server automount usb pen or hard disk without using GUI

    is there a way i can auto mount usb device in /home/usb? No GUI installed on my server CLI only.

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    The simplest way to do is to edit /etc/fstab and add the entry to it. This assumes that USB device is plugged in at the time of booting the system.

    If you need on demand auto mount on the server, you need to use udev.
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