How to automount NTFS partitions?
I am new to Ubuntu. I have 2 internal HDDs in my PC. One with Ubuntu and the other has Windows Vista on it. I have all my music and pictures etc. on my Vista drive. I want to set up Ubuntu so that I can run music players and pic viewers on those directories in Vista without having to make duplicate copies of the files on my Ubuntu drive. I'm hoping there is a way to permanently mount a drive so that when I log into Ubuntu it will treat that vista FS as permanent so when I open up a photo viewer I dont have to re-upload the files directories every time I boot into Ubuntu.
I mounted the Vista drive with the mount command but when I shut my PC off and then turned it on again, the direc where I mounted the drive (/media/c) was empty.
Is there anyway to do this?
Thanks a lot, Nathan