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I followed this guide to get a 1TB Internal disk partitioned and mounted at boot. I then reboot the PC and can see that the partition is created and and is mounted but doesn't show under 'Files'. If i type in sudo mount i can see this error: /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro)

So instead of following the guide to partition and mount the drive, I nuked the diskand then used GParted and the disks GUI.

If i then mounted the Partition manually by clicking on the 'Play'button the disks shows under Files.

Then i rebooted and it didn't auto mount.

I then manually set the automount at boot options from the disks GUI:

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and rebooted but still never showed underneath files. I then used this command incase it was a permissions issue - sudo chown administrator: /dev/sdb1

rebooted and never worked.

I read on another forum that it was the "nosuid,nodev,nofail" options that were making it fail and that I should try replacing them with just "defaults". This hasn't worked either.

  • zanna - sorry i do have one more question if you dont mind? I didnt issue sudo mkdir /media/cctvstorage but its appeared in the list when i issue sudo df does this mean that when i entered it in the Mount Option GUI it was automatically created or is there no chance that would happen? – dunk2710 Aug 4 '16 at 11:46
  • Oh yes, the GUI dialogue can create it in that case... I just edit /etc/fstab myself. I'll edit my answer :) – Zanna Aug 4 '16 at 12:12
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Nautilus will list devices nicely if you put their mount points in /media, but not in /mnt You can call the mount point anything you like, for example /media/my-drive can be set as your mount point in the GUI dialog and this mount point will be created for the device you specify

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