I figured out all that, thanks for the help guys. It seems like such an easy thing now.
Ok...now I got another question Hopefully someone can help.
I just updated to Fedora Core 5 from 3 and now i'm having another problem with my SATA drive. Under 'Computer' My serial drive shows up as being recognized, like...Filesystem,Serial Drive, CD-RW Drive, Network. When I double click to access the Serial drive it says
'Error' Cannot mount Volume - You are not privileged to mount thie volume 'Serial Drive'
I've tried mounting it many different ways, I got ntfsmount and such, but it seems I can only access the drive when i'm logged in under 'root'.
Do I need to change /etc/fstab/ for it to mount correctly? I tryed mounting with ntfsmount and it says:
Volume is dirty.
Run chkdsk and try again, or use the force option.
When I log in under root and right click the drive to change the permissions, it says something like The drive is read-only or something like that.
If anyone knows how to help I would greatly appreciate it