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Title: How do I permanently/auto mount my second hard drive?
Post by: 198471598347 on May 10, 2020, 03:11:56 PM
I have two drives:
1. File System
2. Storage (NTFS)

Storage (/dev/sdb) is mounted at /media/myname/Storage


When I reboot my PC, Storage does not auto-mount, even though I have checked the setting to mount at startup. I still have to click it and type in my password for it to mount. I've tried sudo chmod -R 777 /dev/sdb and sudo chmod -R 777 /media/myname/Storage, but nothing has changed.

Perferably, I want it to just stay mounted at all times.
Title: Re: How do I permanently/auto mount my second hard drive?
Post by: 198471598347 on May 10, 2020, 03:53:21 PM
Solved my own problem by unmounting the drive from /media/myname/Storage and remounting it in the home/myname/Storage directory.  ;D