I did this in Windows 7. My Documents, Videos, Music and other personal folders are in
D:\ because it is my media disk.
In case of a system failure, I will always have access to these files when I reinstall the OS. I just right click, i.e. "Videos" in my personal folder (in my case named "Tesla") and click "location" to set a new location for it, which is in
D:\Tesla and in the case of Videos folder in
D:\Tesla\Videos. I do that for every personal folder.
Now, I want to know if this is also possible in Ubuntu 11.10? I would like, when I open my Home folder and click i.e. Videos, to go to
/media/Media/Tesla/Videos (which is where my
D:\ disk is mounted), instead of the default
Thanks in advance.
EDIT: I already set up NTFS automounting via the NTFS Configuration Tool.