PySDM is a Storage Device Manager that allows full customization of hard disk mountpoints without manually access to fstab.

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Non-fatal boot automount errors generated after adding NTFS partition to fstab

I had a problem mounting an NTFS partition using pysdm that's discussed here - can't mount ntfs partition without root access I resolved it by the fstab edits suggested. However, I now get an ...
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Mounting NTFS drives with different permissions for various users

I have three physical NTFS drives on my machine (apart from SSD where Ubuntu is installed). Currently I use PySDM to auto mount them, although I'm not quite happy how it does it. I also have three ...
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PYSDM missing in Ubuntu 12.10 and higher

I have had to do a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.10. I am trying to install PYSDM but it is missing. Could anyone please direct me on how to install this GUI front end for fstab? I really do not want ...
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Partition messed up due to modifications to fstab [closed]

Some system details:- Dell Inspiron N-4010 OS: Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7 Home Basic RAM: 2GB Processor: Intel Core i3 tejaskale@tejaskale-Inspiron-N4010:~$ sudo fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 320.1 GB, ...
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Why does everything keep changing back to root ownership (NTFS)?

I've tried EVERYTHING to get my files back into my name, but all I seem to do is add MORE files to Root ownership every time I try to fix things. It starts with getting my 2 ntfs partitions to ...
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Using PySDM To Change Permissions

So I'm trying to understand how to change permissions on an external drive. It seems like only 1 user can connect via the Samba share. I've read some things about installing PySDM, so beginners (like ...