1 year ago
The only hack I had to do with Linux Mint was to add my main data drive to automatically mount on boot/login. For some reason Linux picked up my external 64GB flash drive, but wouldn't auto-mount my primary NTFS data partition. I need this drive auto-mounted to support Steam and my game library which is located on that partition.
Mac and Windows both auto-mount all available drives/partitions on boot, why wouldn't Linux Mint?
I identified extra partitions during install and they are now auto-mounted. Perhaps all that is needed is a hint or instruction.
This can be accomplished with fstab. You are running Linux - get used to using command-line to be successful. If you need a GUI, fork a repo and make one.
Please use the forums for support issues
Yeah! Or at least give us the choice somewhere to easily decide which partitions to automount or not.