I upgraded my very old Debian to all-new Fedora 36, and I have some fundamental questions about the magic behind Fedora mount points (using Gnome, the default window manager and the Files app).
When I open the Files program I can see the "Computer" (the root filesystem) and my 2nd SSD (/dev/sdb1), called "SSD 2". When I click the "SSD 2" the program ask my password (with sudo provilege).
The partition is mounted on "/run/media/myuser/SSD 2" and all files and directories in "SSD 2" belongs to myuser:myuser.
What I need to know:
From where the file manager got the volume's name to show?
"/dev/sdb1" is mounted in "/run/media/myuser/SSD 2". Where is the configuration of that path? How to configure the file manager (or gnome, or fedora) to mount my "SSD 2" in another directory, like "/mnt/ssd2/" ?
What is the command or how to mount that SSD like the Files program does?
sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /run/media/myuser/SSD\ 2/(or another directory) works, but all the drive contents belongs to root:root, as expected.
My /etc/fstab has only 3 entries: /, /boot and /home.
Thanks in advance for any insights.