I've just set up my new PC and I've got an SSD that I installed Trusty Tahr on (and also Win8, but that doesn't really matter I guess).
I've got another HD that I want to use for data (pictures, movies and stuff). When I first booted up Ubuntu, the HD was already mounted at /media/myusername/Data ("Data" is the volume description I used when formatting it). I immediately started moving some data around and created some symlinks to it.
However, now that I rebooted, all my symlinks are broken because
/media/myusername/Data is now suddenly mounted as
root. It is however also mounted as
myusername@myusername-ubuntu:~$ ls -l /media/myusername total 8 drwx------ 2 root root 4096 Apr 24 18:40 Data drwx------ 1 myusername myusername 4096 Apr 24 16:44 Data1
I don't actually want it to be mounted as root ever, how can I change that?