Ok, so I've got this old Popcorn Hour A-110 wich runs on Linux and I used to have the following problem.
The device has two USB ports, when rebooting the device I never knew wich USB-HDD would mount as USB-A and wich would come up as USB-B. This great guy at the networkedmediatank forum came up with a tool that alowed you to place a file (.mountpoint) in the root of the HDD containing a string wich would be your device mounted name. This way I could map my mediaJukebox to the right HDD even after a reboot.
I would love a tool for raspbian that alowed me to simply attach a USB-HDD containing a .mountpoint-file to actually mount the device in my /home/pi/share folder. Is there such a script already or similar aproach or do I have to try and track this ancient script on the web?