i have changed from Windows 7 to Ubuntu...deleted windows boot-loader & installed Ubuntu on Windows C drive. The other partitions on laptop do not mount automatically but the external hard drive does once i startup. the laptop partitions do show up on the file system though... Is there any way to automatically mount laptop partitions as well?

I tried the answers given before i asked the question here... the answers do not help me... I don't want to go the GUI way(using application psydm)

When i sudo mkdir to create a mount point for ntfs drive, the windows partition does not show in Places(file manager)...

Any suggestions??

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  • If the mount point is not in /media or in your home directory, it won't show up in places. That's how the file manager works. – muru Apr 4 '15 at 4:29
  • i created the mount point under /media/uchiha/Music...(music being the mount point for my drive... and this was my addition in fstab – sanjay ramrakhyani Apr 5 '15 at 8:03

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