Hey all, I Dual-boot using a NTFS partition to house shared docs and some program files between Windows and Ubuntu. When this extra media partition isn't mounted automatically at startup it causes usability problems. In the past I have installed and used "NTFS Configuration Tool" to achieve this. Since I just cleanly installed ubuntu 11.04, I thought it would be fitting to ask if anyone has found a better method?
From what i can gleen from the question, you should add the device to the
My personal mount line in
if you dont want it to auto-mount at boot, you can always add the
With this particular line, any user can mount/unmount the volume.
There are couple of ways, but my recommendation is... make required no folders in
Then, check your partition list using
note the enteries from the list. Now open
Now add entries in the following manner
I've used PYDSM (Storage device manager) for quite some time. Its simple and straightforward. I'm pretty sure you can get it in the Software Center