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How to automount NTFS partitions?

I now this question has been asked a million times but this is a bit different, now I need to know on how to mount it on ubuntu 12.10 I been using PYSDM for a long time but on ubuntu 12.10 it does not work sadly, I installed arios-automount and it mounted partitions on start up but problem i have with it, on start up it launches all the partition window

So can anyone tell me a good mount manager for ubuntu 12.10 with graphical user interface

thank you for your time

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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, Mik, con-f-use, Tom Brossman, Eliah Kagan Oct 21 '12 at 23:07

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You can edit the /etc/fstab file to mount partitions at boot time. That's the traditional method.

Use Alt-Ctrl-T to start a terminal. Create a mount point with sudo mkdir /media/ntfs. then use gksudo gedit /etc/fstab and enter a line for the mount you want.

Here's one for my ntfs partition:

UUID=CA009B90009B825D /media/ntfs ntfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noatime,allow_other 0 0

You will have to specify your own UUID. You can find these by entering the command:

sudo blkid
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thank you for the reply but i am looking for graphical user interface way – Levan Oct 21 '12 at 15:07

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