Second Hard Drive issue

Bruce Marshall bmarsh at
Fri May 13 16:09:10 UTC 2016

On 05/13/2016 11:38 AM, Billie Walsh wrote:
> Second, Your "solution" may be absolutely correct, however I'm no 
> power user and have no idea what your referring to. I need "simple and 
> complete" answers. Not just one word.
> I do appreciate your attempt to answer. 

It looks to me as though the URL you are using contains a UUID...  which 
is an identifier of the partition on which the files are stored...   I 
would guess that however that partition got mounted to /media in the 
first place needs to happen again after the reboot.   Also sounds like 
you would be better to store them into an actual folder with a name such 
as /home/webfiles/

The fstab is a file in /etc/ that shows your mount points and the UUIDs 
(identifiers for each file system/partition) and allows the system to 
atuomatically mount the partition.  Thus, if there is no entry in fstab, 
the partition won't be automatically mounted.

"Law of Physical Surfaces - The chances of an open-faced jelly sandwich landing face down on a floor,
     are directly proportional to the newness and cost of the carpet or rug."

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