I have a problem that I have almost found the solution to, but not quite. I have 2 linux operating systems on 2 partitions of my computer. I have all my stuff in the /home directory of the ubuntu side. I would like to have the zorin side mount and use /media/rachel/4f116c3a-9703-45d5-a1f3-0a2fa3571088/home/rachel (which is the ubuntu user directory) as /home/rachel so that all my documents and desktop items are the same in both.
I did try one method where I created a symbolic link – but the problem is it tried to reference it before it ran my command in startup to mount the drive in the first place.
udisksctl mount --block-device /dev/disk/by-uuid/4f116c3a-9703-45d5-a1f3-0a2fa3571088
I have seen instructions for creating a completely seperate partition and mounting that as /home. I would prefer to avoid that. Is there a simple way to just remap where zorin looks for home?