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Share home directory between Linux and Windows dual boot

This question is somewhat similar to How to use Windows Share has home directory, but in this case Windows is not running. I have installed a dual-boot configuration with Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows. My ...
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How to restrict access to a NTFS partition to a standard (non-admin) user?

I am using Ubuntu 12.04. I have 4 NTFS partitions. I have made 2 users: One for myself (Admin) and one for family (standard/non-admin). I successfully restricted the access to my home folder from ...
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Restrict acces to my home folder from another standard user account

I have made a new user on my machine to be used by my family. But when i loged in in the family account which is not an administrative account,i could acces my home folder(which is an administrative ...
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Restrict access from another user to the NTFS partition

It is possible somehow restrict access to a partition to a specific user in Ubuntu? I am using Ubuntu x64 11.10, I made 2 accounts, both accounts belong to the Administrators group. And I have 3 ...
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What should I do when some users can see my NTFS drives, and others can't? [closed]

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, ...
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How to set individual NTFS partitions permissions behaviour for each user account?

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 ...
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Is it safe/possible to hold user accounts on an ntfs partition?

I know I can link folders in /home/fancyusername to a folder on an NTFS partition, but would it be safe to store an entire /home/blabla in this same manner? Would the system choke up on permissions? ...