Is there a clean and easy way of doing this? Thanks in advance.
Edit /etc/fstab file and add entry. Say your parition name is /dev/sdc1 and want to mount at /disk3/. First create the mount point:
sudo mkdir /disk3/
sudo vi /etc/fstab
Append as follows:
#device mountpoint fstype options dump fsck /dev/sdc1 /disk3/ ext4 defaults 0 1
Save and close the file. That is all. Now run:
sudo mount -a
After every reboot /dev/sdc3 will get mounted at /disk3/
Thanks, didn’t know about fstab, never needed to edit it before .
Just make sure the disk is actually there Systemd can fail to boot if you accidentally remove the disk and forget to update /etc/fstab (usually drops you to rescue shell)
I can find label with
Say label says usb_disk, then I add in /etc/fstab:
LABEL=usb_disk /media/usb ext4 defaults 0 0
Just easy to remember for me. I found it here https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/rhel-centos-debian-fedora-mount-partition-label/
Thanks for the info, I wasn’t sure where to edit, now I do.