I'm transforming a Windows 7 PC into a dual boot system with Ubuntu 10.10. Following other questions on this site, I've mounted my Windows drive by adding this to fstab
UUID=blabla /windows ntfs users,defaults,umask=000 0 0
It appears to work well, I can read and write, but it appears to be a bit crippled still. When I tried to update an SVN working copy with RabbitVCS, it complained that it couldn't write to a temporary file inside the working copy, even though the permissions are all on 0777 inside
/windows (by default, I haven't done that manually). It even corrupted that working copy :(
It works when I use the command line SVN client with sudo, but that's hardly user friendly.