While the command "sudo mount -t hfsplus /dev/sdc1 /home/external3" mounts the hfs file system on the /home/external3 directory on my Ubuntu server, I don't understand how to get it to mount at boot. In other words, if I reboot, I lose connection to the external hfs file system.
I should note that my other external file system (ext4) mounts just fine at boot.
I've tried different configurations in /etc/fstab, but to no satisfactory end.
What am I doing wrong?