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I have a drive (logical) with ntfs system. I want it be mounted automatically whenever Ubuntu starts. And since ntfs doesn't support Linux files' permissions (rwx) I want it to be mounted with max permissions, meaning each user in Ubuntu can run, read and execute every file in that ntfs drive.

How do I do it?

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marked as duplicate by Takkat, Radu Rădeanu, Kevin Bowen, user68186, Eric Carvalho May 31 '13 at 11:02

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Auto mounting NTFS can be tricky. I found this page very helpful.

Good luck!

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