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FYI use the existing folders /mnt/mydata or possibly/var/mydata its what they're for. For those lazy and cautious ones who want to use a simple and self-explanatory GUI there is a tool called Storage Device Manager (pysdm).It should be noted that the /dev/hda2 in the example above can be replaced by the uuid of the device. The tutorial here will do basically the same as other answers in this thread suggest to do, but the tool will accomplish it with a couple of clicks and no need to enter configurations manually into fstab config file.The remount functionality follows the standard way how the mount command works with options from fstab.It means the mount command doesn't read fstab (or mtab) only when a device and dir are fully specified.When a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system is newly-installed, all the disk partitions defined and/or created during the installation are configured to be automatically mounted whenever the system boots.However, what happens when additional disk drives are added to a system after the installation is done? This file is used to control what file systems are mounted when the system boots, as well as to supply default values for other file systems that may be mounted manually from time to time.Disk Utils to format the disk (ext4 file type) - but did not create a partition (is this advisable? As it happens, my new drive is not partitioned, I formatted the entire drive using file type ext4, and the device name (obtained using Disk Utility GUI app) is /dev/sdb. I want to have the machine automatically mount the device on startup/reboot.

The system has a variety of mount options in use across eight partitions, including several bind mounts.

The more modern ext4 supports larger volumes along with other improvements, and is backward compatible with ext3.

Remember that the mount point must already exist, otherwise the entry will not mount on the filesystem.

) and it has already been removed from Debian repositories.

If you do not want to partition or cannot afford to, you can use udisks to mount or unmount devices or disks.

The system has a variety of mount options in use across eight partitions, including several bind mounts.

The more modern ext4 supports larger volumes along with other improvements, and is backward compatible with ext3.

Remember that the mount point must already exist, otherwise the entry will not mount on the filesystem.

) and it has already been removed from Debian repositories.

If you do not want to partition or cannot afford to, you can use udisks to mount or unmount devices or disks.