I was trying to experiment with
docker, Ubuntu 14.04, 64-bit. I managed to run an image, and I gave it the path on one of my removable drives,
Now, whenever I reboot, I see there is a
/media/Drive1 with only a
docker directory inside it, and the actual drive which should be
Drive1 ends up mounted on
/media/Drive11, and this happens every reboot - even when I unmount these drives, and do a
sudo rm -rfv /media/Drive1 before rebooting!
So something probably creates
/media/Drive1 before it is fully mounted, and I guess that something is
docker, because when I boot, I have:
$ ps axf | grep docker 2085 ? Ssl 0:00 /usr/bin/docker -d
So, how can I disable the
docker autostart, so it doesn't interfere with the mounting of external USB drives at boot?