I want to automount an hard drive when my raspberry pi zero starts. The commands works but I can't write in the folder because I don't have permission even if I use sudo. I can only read. I already tried to change folder's permission with chmod but the problem persists. According to the man, I think it's the good command. This is the line I added to fstab file :
UUID=My-UUID /mnt/myFolder ntfs,auto,umask=000,users,rw 0 0
If I add the line
UUID=MY-UUID /mnt/MY-FOLDER ntfs rw,noauto,relatime,umask=22,uid=0,gid=0,nls=utf8 0 0 on my fstab file and I exectute the command
sudo mount -a or I reboot the raspberry, the hard drive is not mounted but I have not an error message. So I don't have the permission problem because the disk is not mounted...