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I hibernated Windows 7, then booted Ubuntu. When I tried to mount the Windows partition, I got this error:
I'd just read that switching OSes via hibernating was OK as long as you didn't modify files on the other OS's partition, and I'm glad Nautilus ensures you don't, but I need to copy some files from that partition. Is there a way to make Nautilus temporarily mount it as read-only? I was hoping I could just do something like "right-click->Mount as Read-Only" but that's not an option.
Update: For the record, I was able to do it from a terminal using
sudo mount -t ntfs-3g -r /dev/sda3 /media/adam/. It usually mounts to
/media/adam/OS/, although it wouldn't let me do that since the OS folder didn't exist. Also, I had to authenticate as an admin to unmount it from Nautilus since it was mounted as root (the
mount command I listed had to be run as root). However, I still a graphical solution would be better and a bit more user-friendly.