I recently bought a new usb to run my linux-on-the-go system.
I am aware of block limited write-cycles, so I am trying to minimize disk writes. I know that when I insert a disk, it mounts inside /media/[user]/[disk_label].
I am trying to move that /media/[user] to a tmpfs. I know how to do this through /etc/fstab. But there is a little problem. When I make tmpfs on /media/[user], it appears in pcmanfm as whole disk "main". I also tried symbolic linking, but when I link it in /media, it appears as the replacement folder (for example "ramfs"), or when anywhere outside /media (Tried that on /mnt/ access 0777), it simply disappears from pcmanfm side panel after mounted.
My actual questions:
- Are there any options to set pcmanfm to ignore ramdisks?
- Is there any way to link /media/[user] somewhere else?
- How do I create directories on boot in /media, if /media was mounted as a ramdisk?