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How to automount a usd harddisk?

I have mounted an usb harddisk but When the system is reboot, I mounted it again manually.

Where is the procedure?

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find out what your drive is currently mounted as

if you type df -h it will give you a list of drives.

You will see something like dev/sdax  1G xx 12% /mnt/usb

The open terminal
sudo nano /etc/fstab

Insert the following line
/dev/sdax /mnt/XXX auto noauto,owner,kuzu 0 0

where sdax is what you see at the start of the df-h and XXX is what the drive is currently mounted as , the /mnt/usb bit.

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Hi Rindi,

There is only one answer and it's the correct one!

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