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Fstab is what you're looking for.

I believe lsblk -f will show you the information you need, and then you can use that to edit your /etc/fstab file.

Since your system will have already created a home directory for you, you have some extra work to do to move things around and such. Check out this guide for things that apply to your situation:

Ubuntu Help: Moving

And here's some general info about fstab:

Fedora Project Docs: Add to /etc/fstab

Ask Fedora: How to mount...

Fstab is what you're looking for.

I believe lsblk -f will show you the information you need, and then you can use that to edit your /etc/fstab file.

Since But since your system will have already created a home directory for you, you have some extra work to do to move things around and such. Check out this guide for things that apply to your situation:

Ubuntu Help: Moving

And here's some general info about fstab:

Fedora Project Docs: Add to /etc/fstab

Ask Fedora: How to mount...