I normally mount my drives just by opening it from filesystem. It automatically mount when I click on a drive. But I wanted to mount a drive from command line. I did ran this command
sudo mount -o exec /media/john/Study
but I get this error
mount: /dev/sda8 already mounted or /media/john/Study busy mount: according to mtab, /dev/sda8 is already mounted on /media/john/Study
This error show when I already mounted the Study drive by opening it from filesystem. But if I unmount the drive and then run the same command I get this error
mount: can't find /media/john/Study in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab
How can I mount a drive from commandline?
This is very annoying to mount each time I restart or start my pc. A bonus would be if you could tell me how can I automatically mount my drives automatically when I start my pc.