I have many documents, backups, movies, photos which I have in a Windows data partition (D: drive) that is on the same box as my Ubuntu installation.
I want to be able to use this from Ubuntu, with the directories being accessible in the home directory. For example, in my home directory, the Pictures, Downloads, Documents folders would all point to the NTFS parition:
I tried adding
/media/DataNtfs/Music /home/can/Music none rw,bind
to the fstab and it worked.
I think a symbolic link could also work.
rm -rf ~/Music && ln -s /media/DataNtfs/Music ~/Music
xdg-user-dirs may work too.
The drive is already mounted at boot time:
UUID=2614A82F14A803C1 /media/DataNtfs ntfs defaults,umask=007,gid=46 0 0
Also, I've found out that I can also use Ubuntu Tweak to do this.
Given that I'm new to Ubuntu, can someone tell me the recommended way to accomplish this?