Add line to /etc/fstab file using a text-editor as the root user. It is pretty straightforward, you can figure it out by looking at it. The 'umask=022' goes in the options field, where 'defaults' sometimes is, before the last two zeros. Multiple options are seperated by commas, and each field is seperated by a space. Also put an 'auto' option to mount on startup. Don't forget to search
, this is asked all the time.