How do I permanently mount my 137 GB HD to my Ubuntu 8.04 Desktop Edition on my Dell Precision 450 Workstation?
nineheadedhydra at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 02:21:37 UTC 2008
I am somewhat familiar with using the Terminal in Mac OS 10.5.5.
I have no problem editing text configuration files - I just don't want to
make a mistake and lose data or functionality.
I am ready for your instructions.
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 4:59 PM, Rashkae <ubuntu at tigershaunt.com> wrote:
> Edgar Sarino wrote:
> > Dear ubuntu users,
> > I have no problem accessing the boot drive (36 GB HD), but mounting the
> > GB HD disappears after every shutdown or reboot, and I have to mount it
> > again. How do I do so permanently (I would like to use this HD as a
> > programs and data repository).
> > Furthermore, when I mount the drive, the only folder available is "Lost
> > Found", which I cannot open, nor can I create any new folders.
> > Are the two issues related?
> > I am new to Linux and new to Ubuntu, and you folks seem the best to
> > about issues.
> > Your help and advice is appreciated - thanks in advance.
> > - nineheadedhydra
> The bad news, there's no friendly way to do this.
> The good news, you're about to get a hands on linux education.
> Before I or others type long instructions, I need to know. Are you
> familiar with using the terminal and editing text configuration files?
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