I wish to use Windows mount style in Ubuntu, i.e.
/C/ mount point /F/ mount point
I know it is not about standards, but may ease user expluatation. Does this method have any issues from technical side?
Yes, you can name your mountpoints pretty much any way you want (although there are conventions on "what is usually stored/mounted under what path"); note however that you'll always need a
However, the conventions mean that a lot of software is looking for stuff in the usual places - e.g. for "Windows style" mounts, the folder /media is used (many programs check it for "mounted drives"); if you mount your drives elsewhere, they'll be accessible, but you'll need to remember where you've put them ;)
Note that programs installed through package manager(s) usually reside in
It is also possible to "bind mount" a filesystem or its part, making the files accesible in multiple ways - e.g. you could have