In my search for the ideal filesystem to share files between a lot of computer with a lot of different OS'es I accepted this answer and installed a UDF filesystem on my USB stick.
First I blanked the disk, to make sure there are no leftovers to confuse a system that's reading the drive:
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb bs=1M
Then I formatted the drive, using
udftools from arch linux's AUR:
sudo mkudffs --media-type=hd --blocksize=512 /dev/sdb
Obviously, the drive was in
Now my question is, since the drive doesn't have any traditional partitions or even a partition table as far as I know, it does not have a UUID. Therefore, I can not add it to the fstab, which I find rather annoying.
What can I do to fix this (e.g. is there an alternative way to set default mount point and options, or an alternate partitioning option)?