How to Mount a Disk in Ubuntu

Question: How do you mount a NAS device to a Linux Computer?

Solution: See the code below:

  1. Make sure you create a folder on the root path called "Anything"
    - use: sudo mkdir FolderName
  2. Remember to use the FolderName in the command below
If you want to mount another disk space in Linux Ubuntu follow instruction below:
1. cd etc/
2. sudo apt-get install cifs-utils
2. sudo nano fstab
3. Under "/swap.img" type the following:
   //IPAddressOfYourDisk/FolderName /FolderYouWantToBindTheDiskTo cifs guest, uid=100, iocharset=utf8 0 0
- guest should be replaced with user credetials to log into the Disk Space.
4. sudo mount -a #To finally mount the settings pasted in fstab

[NB] If you have followed the code above and you get the error that says "mount: /etc/fstab: parse error at line 6 -- ignored"

Solution: Remove the spaces between guest,uid=100,inocharset=utf8 0 0

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