Lately I've been interested in knowing how Ubuntu(bionic) and Fedora(27) implement the auto mount features and especially how to change the mount properties (noatime, relatime and other niceties.)
Various stuff I've found and want verification for:
- According to Google and various blogs that udisk2 has the mount properties hardcoded in the source files.
- Udisk2.service doesn't exist on my installations, which means that using
systemctl mask udisk2.servicewill actually create a new symlink from PATH/udisk2.service -> /dev/null. (Which seems fine as we just turn everything into null)
- systemd.automount seems not to be configurable for mount options, and examples seems far away.
- Lastly we have
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.media-handling automount false(which ofcourse can have more parameters and gnome could be substituted for mate.
Anybody who successfully configured automount to have configurable mount options?
Lastly I would say that, this could look like a duplicate of previous posts, but I would like to see this as a collections of experiences in doing some basic stuff, which is not that transparent.