I have ubuntu and Win7 on dual boot. On windows, a use a program that is set to save things on a given windows folder (like "D:\some folder"). On ubuntu, I can run this exact same program (it's not a linux version of the program, it's really the same program located on my windows partition that I can run from ubuntu).
My problem is that when I run it on ubuntu, the program can't save things because it's set to save on "D:\some folder", which ubuntu doesn't recognize as a valid path. This folder's path on ubuntu is "/media/D/some folder"
Is there a way to make ubuntu understand "D:\some folder" as a synonym/alias of "/media/D/some folder" so that when I use this program on ubuntu it's able to save things in the same folder as it does when run on windows? It's really bothersome to have to change the path every time I run this program on the other OS.