How can I mount every single hard drive connected to a computer (preferably excluding flash drives and CDs) to it's own mount point. For example, if my connected drives looked like so:
DISK MEDIA TYPE /dev/disk0 INTERNAL /dev/disk0 /dev/disk0s1 /dev/disk1 REMOVABLE /dev/disk1 /dev/disk2 INTERNAL /dev/disk2
I would want to mount every drive and partition, unless it is removable (flash drive), or a CD.
The mount points should be in there own folders, ex:
/dev/disk0 would be mounted to
/dev/disk2 would be mounted to
/home/root/mounts/fooName2. If this is possible without any extra programs, great. Thanks in advance!