So far, I found out that on GNU/Linux
/media/usb0 seems to be a mount point for Ethernet over USB. Nice.
Question: Where is defined, what
usb0 is exactly for?
I distilled the above mentioned suspicion from a lot of discussions where
usb0is mentioned for Ethernet over USB. But I can't find any definition. Is there a history behind this?
EDIT: I found the following in FHS 2.3 definitions, section
On systems where more than one device exists for mounting a certain type of media, mount directories can be created by appending a digit to the name of those available above starting with '0', but the unqualified name must also exist.
so the [updated/additional] question: Is
usb0 meant for Ethernet over USB or is it just commonly used for this?