I have recently set-up a dual boot Ubuntu 16.04 / Windows 10 on my laptop SSD. I am mainly using Ubuntu, but for some applications and to avoid file duplicates between the 2 OS I would like to mount the Windows partition at startup.
For this I have been using the graphical "Disks" program and followed the procedure as described here: How to automount my Windows partition at boot?.
After turning off automatic mount options and ticked "Mount at startup",
/etc/fstab now contains the line for the partition:
/dev/disk/by-uuid/464A34024A33ED75 /mnt/464A34024A33ED75 auto nosuid,nodev,nofail,x-gvfs-show 0 0.
However, after rebooting Ubuntu I cannot access the partition anymore. It simply does not appear neither in
/media/, nor in Nautilus. Curiously, if I open "Disks" again, the partition appears as mounted. From there if I dismount/mount the partition, everything works fine again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!