Permanent mount of network (synology) drive
 

Permanent mount of network (synology) drive

 
Hi all. I’m new to Linux and Ubuntu. I’m making the switch for stability purposes from Windows for a Plex Server that I run in the home. Anyway… I have a Synology NAS that I’ve mounted to a folder inside Ubuntu. I did so based off the info from Synology at How to access files on Synology NAS within the local network (NFS) | Synology Inc.

How do I set it up so after reboot I don’t have to remount the drive again? Any information/help would be super appreciated. And to all the folks here in the US, Happy Thanksgiving!

 

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