I have a second hard drive in my system that I want to make sure gets mounted to
/mnt/HDD every time on boot-up. I added this line for it to my
UUID=5A767B7E767B59A9 /mnt/HDD ntfs rw,suid,dev,exec,auto,nouser,async 0 2
Well, it seems to work. My hard drive mounts to this system every time. However, when I try to delete files or folders, I get this error every time:
Unable to find or create trash directory for /mnt/HDD/test
I'm still able to delete files and folders using
rm in console, but it's obviously inconvenient. Is there any way to fix this?
Edit: It may also be worth noting that when I created the folder using
mkdir /mnt/HDD, I couldn't interact with the folder outside of root. So I did
sudo chmod -R 777 /mnt/HDD. I did all of this before adding my HDD to the fstab file.