If the built-in memory capacity of sige7 is not enough to use, or if we need to use sige7 as a download machine, we need to mount an external hard drive. When using an external hard drive, if you restart, the mounting point will be lost. I have compiled the configuration for sige7 to automatically mount the external hard drive when booting up.
sudo fdisk - l to check the hard drive location：
The hard drive location is /dev/sda1
/dev/sda1 to any real existing folder，Although the mount is successful at this moment, it will fail after restarting sige7.
Set up automatic mount
- View hard drive UUID
Enter the following command
- Modify configuration file
Add the following information to the end of the /etc/fstab file：
sudo vim /etc/fstab
+ UUID=F45296EC5296B33A /opt/lhd ntfs defaults 0 0
Partition device number to be mounted： UUID=F45296EC5296B33A
File system type： ntfs
Mount options： defaults
Whether to backup：0
Whether to detect： 0
- Make the configuration effective
Execute the command to make the configuration effective：
sudo mount -a
Auto mount successful after restart.