I want to make dual boot with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 14.04 and have a shared partition between both OSes. I know that it should be with NTFS file system and I am going to make it the last partiotion, after all other partiotions are set.
Is all I have to do, just create the NTFS partiotion ? I red a tutorial where the OP creates a linux directorie and wants to mount the ntfs partition to be there, he is searching the UUID of the partition and he tweaks some code in /etc/fstab file. But it seems this tutorials are a little bit older.
On other places I red that all you need to do is creat the partition and it will be visible in nautilus and in Windows.
I want to share files on this partition when I want, and not to automatically be shared between the OSes. Example I would have Windows drives
C: for Windows
D: for data and separate software(like games) and let's say
E: which is going to be shared paritition with the Ubuntu and I would put data when I need it to be on both systems so I don't have to always upload and download the data I need to be shared. Same for Linux I would have /, /home and for example
/home/storage = E: directorie which will be the shared partition.
If I have to do more, than just creating the partition. Please write the steps as simple as possible and explain. Thank you.