Let me start off that I am relatively new to Linux in generally, but this solution is just too perfect sounding to pass up.
I have been having quite a few issues following any of your command lines that involve the echo command. For example, I just cannot get the following command to work in a seemingly proper way:
echo /dev/sdb1 /mnt/MyTimeCapsuleData ext4 defaults 0 0 >>
If I type it exactly as it is, I get a bash error saying "syntax error near unexpected token 'newline'". If I leave out the carrots, it simply repeats everything after the echo command. Either way, I am not able to proceed onto the next step. Running the mount command afterwards usually results in an error saying "mount: can't find /mnt/MyTimeCapsuleData in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab".
Is there a step I am missing here or simply typing something incorrectly?