So I have a 750GB USB drive (technically it's a housed 2.5inch drive but I have only laptops with no free bays, nor eSATA adaptors) which is currently formatted to NTFS. It's currently only using 23Gb ...
Hi I have two NTFS drive partitions that I want to be able to access from either Windows or Ubuntu 10.04, and it works fine...from MY account. When any of the other Ubuntu accounts are logged in, ...
I have a netbook with Ubuntu Netbook 10.04 and a desktop with Mint 10 (~ Ubuntu Desktop 10.10) Both of them have read/write NTFS partitions mounted via /etc/fstab. And it works fine. Ive read on ...
I have two NTFS partitions (DOWNLOADS for downloaded files and VM for my VirtualBox .vdi file) for which i must have full permissions for my allday use account. They should be also automounting when i ...
Default mount options on auto-mounted NTFS partitions (how to add `noexec` and `fmask=0111`?) [closed]
I use auto-mounting of external USB devices, and it works as expected, except that NTFS partitions are mounted with executability flag on. For example: /dev/sdb1 on /media/Elements type fuseblk ...