Yup, works fine...
Originally Posted by shreepads
1. Run in the terminal
2. Connect the USB drive and let it automount.
3. Run in the terminal
4. Note the UUID(s) of the new partition(s) listed, which would be the one(s) on the USB drive.
5. Create a suitable mount point(s)
6. Edit fstab and add an entry like so (tweak any settings you like)
sudo mkdir SS4GB1
sudo chgrp plugdev SS4GB1
Now you can leave it plugged in at boot, 'Remove Safely', plug it back in while running, remove as another user etc etc and it is always on /media/SS4GB1 (err.. except when it is ejected of course! )
UUID=<insert UUID from above without quotes> /media/SS4GB1 vfat auto,noexec,rw,users,nodev,nosuid,noatime,flush 0 2