How is automount behaviour determined?

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On a Debian 9.4, a certain external disk, full of Windows partitions (ntfs for 3 of them, UEFI for another one) makes automount don’t mount the same partition depending on the usb – disk enclosure used:

  • With the first enclosure, it seemed pretty obvious, because the chosen partition was the biggest one, which is the Windows system.
  • But with a second one, automount choose to mount the Recovery partition.

I’m searching what makes automount choose the partition to auto-mount?

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    On a Debian 9.4, a certain external disk, full of Windows partitions (ntfs for 3 of them, UEFI for another one) makes automount don’t mount the same partition depending on the usb – disk enclosure used:

    • With the first enclosure, it seemed pretty obvious, because the chosen partition was the biggest one, which is the Windows system.
    • But with a second one, automount choose to mount the Recovery partition.

    I’m searching what makes automount choose the partition to auto-mount?

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      On a Debian 9.4, a certain external disk, full of Windows partitions (ntfs for 3 of them, UEFI for another one) makes automount don’t mount the same partition depending on the usb – disk enclosure used:

      • With the first enclosure, it seemed pretty obvious, because the chosen partition was the biggest one, which is the Windows system.
      • But with a second one, automount choose to mount the Recovery partition.

      I’m searching what makes automount choose the partition to auto-mount?

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      On a Debian 9.4, a certain external disk, full of Windows partitions (ntfs for 3 of them, UEFI for another one) makes automount don’t mount the same partition depending on the usb – disk enclosure used:

      • With the first enclosure, it seemed pretty obvious, because the chosen partition was the biggest one, which is the Windows system.
      • But with a second one, automount choose to mount the Recovery partition.

      I’m searching what makes automount choose the partition to auto-mount?

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