How could I mount an USB stick not as Storag on /SRV but as additional storage on /mnt?

How could I mount an USB stick not as Storag on /SRV but as additional storage on /mnt?

To mount a USB stick as additional storage on /mnt instead of /srv, you can use the mount command with the appropriate options. First, you need to identify the device name of your USB stick, which you can find using the lsblk or fdisk -l command. Once you have the device name (e.g., /dev/sdb1), you can mount it to /mnt with a command like this:

Replace /dev/sdb1 with the actual device name of your USB stick. This command will mount the USB stick as additional storage on the /mnt directory…

Could I do it permanenty. Every time I plug a USB Stick it should be mounted. To /mnt

Yes, by putting the mounting parameters in /etc/fstab. Or there is a GUI in Luci that allows you to specify mount points.

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