I'm trying to share my DVD-ROM with Samba.
Basically my system is Ubuntu (Kodibuntu or previously known as XBMCBuntu) and the way it must automount the DVD is weird to me.
If I place a DVD or CD in the drive it will inspect it and make a mount point in the folder /media/ and name it whatever the title of the DVD/CD is.
Now this sounds fantastic for local content manipulation or even seeing it like you would in windows. But my issue is that when I got to share this DVD-ROM with my network (need to install things on my Ultrabook) I have to manually set my location to the new folder based on the new title of the DVD.
Hopefully that makes sense. Here is an example.
I'm trying to install a game called "The Settlers 7". The normal way I used to share DVD-ROM was to mount it always to a folder location like /media/DVD and enter the code into /etc/fstab.
But there is no entry in /etc/fstab for my DVD-ROM, however it still automounts, but instead it shows up "/media/The Settlers 7".
So my real question is ; How do I mount a changing mounting location for network sharing?