Similar to a previous question, however that question seems to have gone cold.
I'm running a Ubuntu 19.04 server, with
Currently what happens on a reboot, is my external hard drive is not listed by
fdisk -l. I unplug and re-plug the drive in.
This also has the added affect of the device name changing.
- e.g. started as
- presently showing as
Is there a way of having the drive still be detected on start up and keep the mapping persistent over reboots? Just as it is a little annoying having to reconnect the drive, and re-map it manually.
The drive is formatted as
NTFS (my main PC is a Windows 10 PC, and the one that I access most stuff from)
Current commands used to mount the drive are:
sudo mount -t ntfs -o nls=utf8,umask=0222 /dev/sda2 /media/storage
/dev/sda changes when the drive is re-connected.