As some may know, I have SuSE 10.0 installed on my machine. I think I might have done something which I shouldn't have (during the SuSE installation) and now only Root can mount the NTFS partition on my drive and access it while other users can't. Usually everyone had read access to the NTFS partition, since I sometimes want to copy stuff from Windows to Linux and I use YAReG with ReiserTools in Windows to copy stuff from Linux.
Could someone please tell me what I should type in the /etc/fstab file to let my sda1 device (the NTFS partition) be able to be mounted by any user in Linux but just for reading (including Root).
I tried, doing it myself but it only ends up being not mounted at all.
I have both Windows and Linux on a SATA drive on different partitions, obviously.
Any help appreciated!