There are questions similar to this one, but I am not an expert Unix user so I really don't wanna try and break /etc/fstab while doing this. Here's what
blkid tells me about my hard drive:
/dev/sda1: LABEL="X" UUID="9C4A70404A7018EA" TYPE="ntfs" PARTUUID="7d4613d7-01"
I always mount my drive at
/media/pi/X, it is formatted in NTFS and I need both read and write permissions on it. The drive's
9C4A70404A7018EA and my
1000. I know this post is very redundant, but I really cannot mess this up.
I've read this post from askubunto.com, so I know that a common setup is of this kind:
UUID=<uuid> <pathtomount> <filesystem> defaults 0 0
However, I do not understand some parts and would rather play it safe. Thanks in advance.