I just realized my hard drive is mounted to the wrong directory, how many I change the directory in which it is mounted?
Edit the “/etc/fstab”file (as root). The syntax is:
/your/device /dir/where/mounted <type> <opts> <dump/pass>
You just need to fix the “/dir/where/mounted”, and reboot.
Or you can do it manually (after reboot, fstab will be read, and mounted ‘wrongly’ again):
umount /your/wrong/dir mount /dev/yourdiskXY /your/right/dir
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