Hi guys, I found how to automount the drive of windows in order to use
files from Window$ partition.
Let's say you have windows on your C Drive partition, this should be
something like /dev/hda 1in Linux. Usually you had to open a terminal
mount -t vfat /dev/hda 1/mnt/WinXP
assuming you already have a folder named WinXP under yout /mnt folder.
The drive will not be automounted the next time you reboot your machine.
Thus you have to automount it. Simply you can do this:
first open the file /etc/fstab in your favorite text editor, for
you will see a list of mounts, just add the following line (REMEMBER TO
CHANGE THE NAMES ACCORDING TO YOUR SETTINGS) to that file
/dev/hda 1/mnt/WinXP vfat iocharset=iso8859-1
If it didn't mount it directly, then press the CTRL+ALT+Backspace to
restart the X Session and then login back again and you should find it
mounted automatically for you