I have Ubuntu
16.04 installed on a small SSD, and have a separate 500GB hard drive for bulk data.
However, after booting, this separate data drive is invisible when trying to access it from the command line. For instance, if I try to
cd to it with:
Bash return a
No such file or directory error.
To resolve this, I have to open the files system explorer and go to the drive. Only then does it show up in the terminal (without needing to restart the terminal).
My question is: Is there a way to trigger this 'initialization' automatically? Or perhaps through a terminal command that I can then put into
I have seen this question about mounting a drive automatically at start up, but that option is already turned on for the drive in question. I'm not sure this is a problem with mounting any ways.
This question seems to ask about the same problem, but it asks about an external hard drive, and the question linked in the comments talks about a corrupted
NTFS partition. While my drive is formatted in