My Fedora machine recently had an unintended reboot, and I now find that my external backup drive which had been working okay, (as "/media/Media Drive/Backups/") is no longer seen.
I'm guessing I obviously need to mount it somehow, but I'm a bit confused about what I need to do.
If I run "fdisk -l" then I'm pretty sure that the listing shows the device I need to mount, per below:
/dev/sdc1 16065 625137344 312560640 f W95 Ext'd (LBA)
I found another site which said to create a directory, such as /mnt/sdc1, and then stick a line into /etc/fstab, such as the one below:
/dev/sdc1 /mnt/sdc1 vfat defaults 0 0
and then run "mount -a".
Well, I tried that, with both vfat, and ntfs, but neither worked, and I'm curious about doing this anyway, as it was mounted and worked fine for months, without having the definition in fstab, and presumably without /mnt/sdc1 existing.
Any assistance would be much appreciated.