I have dual boot PC laptop with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 14.04. My PC has two hard drivers:
/dev/sda - that is SSD drive containing Windows C: NTFS partition and Ubuntu / and swap filesystems.
/dev/sdb - that is traditional hard disk drive containing Windows D: NTFS partition
I want to have both of my NTFS partitions mounted automatically and read-only.
Ubuntu 14.04 automatically mounts both NTFS partitions, but read-write, which is not exactly what I want. So I created mount directories under
/media and added the following lines to my
# Windows C: /dev/sda1 UUID=2EF64975F6493DF9 /media/win_c ntfs defaults,umask=222 0 0 # Windows D: /dev/sdb1 UUID=50C40C08C40BEED2 /media/win_d ntfs defaults,umask=222 0 0
Now both NTFS partition are mounted automatically and read-only. However, I observed a strange behavior in Nautilus, that I want to correct.
First, the C: partition has different icon than D: partition; moreover, C: partition is attached to Launcher, while D: is not. Why?
Second, I can unmount C: partition by clicking on eject icon, but if I want to unmount D: partition the same way, I am asked of password. I like the password check here, so I want to have the same for C:. Why there is a difference between C: and D: partition behavior? What should I put into my
/etc/fstab to have Nautilus ask of password when unmounting C: partition as well?