I'd like to automount (using the XFCE desktop) USB devices with Btrfs. This works as with any other filesystem just by plugging it in and waiting for two or three seconds for it to appear under
Unfortunately, it is mounted with the default mount options only. I would like to mount it with additional options, e.g. compress.
How would I do that?
I've tried to add an entry with UUID=... to
/etc/fstab. It then mounts with the wanted option, but not automatically anymore. I need to manually call
udisks --mount /dev/sdb1 then.
Formerly, gnome had entries like
where the default mount options could be configured, but I did not see that under XFCE, and it applies to all filesystems of that type.
So this boils down to the question:
How can I have specific options configured in
/etc/fstab and still have XFCE automount the device?