I use Raspberry pi3+ as a small NAS (with Samba). I have to use a couple of HDDs in usb-sata cases with NTFS file system. Raspbian mounts them automatically on boot in /media/pi directory. I don't like this behavior: I'd like every particular drive to be mounted to a specific directory in /home/pi, and I have to manually unmount them from /media, than remount to, say, /home/pi/ntfsdv1 as well as chown /home/pi/ntfsdrv1 to pi user.
How do I make Raspbian: 1) Stop mounting usb drives to /media directory 2) Mount drives automatically on boot to the folders I deesire (fstab maybe?) 3) Automatically chown the content of the mounted drive to pi user (so I don't get problems with accessing root's files with smb) ?