Must boot/login before inserting thumb drive
General question, not really a problem.
I'm running Redhat 9.
I finally got my system to recognize the USB ports and can mount a thumb drive, thanks to the posting here!
I have to boot and then login and then physically put the jump drive in the USB port in order to mount it, however. I can't just leave the thumb drive in the USB port at startup (it does not interfere with the boot process nor the login).
If I leave it in the USB port at the time I boot/login, I can't later mount the drive?
Why is this?
My fstab file line for the thumb drive is as follows:
/dev/sda1 /mnt/usbstick vfat user,noauto,unmask=0 0 0
What changes do I have to make where so I can just leave the stick in the USB port and mount whenever?