SOLVED – see below
I have a couple of hard drives. But I can’t get them to AutoMount. Used the post here to try to get it to work, but this does not work. The boot stops with a message to “Type S to skip mounting or M to Manually whatever”.
I set the options to LABEL= to match the old mount point, I hoped.
I can mount the drives manually using the little Arrow in the Disks program next to the partition.
According to this post under Ubuntu: You must uncheck the “Show In User Interface” option:
The drive[s] then show up as /mnt/YOURLABELHERE and rebooting remounts the drives properly.
But these are not the original mount points that were present when the disks were first added to the system. So I changed them and they still mount properly.
And they appear in the user interface, as you can see. Voila! Why is this so complicated?
BTW, this was published for 2014 so that it does not appear on my first page of the blog. There is no other way I know to get things off the first page.