How to mount a read write NTFS partition
Hi. I'm about to install Zenwalk 2.0.1. The problem I always have with Linux that makes me revert to Windows is my second hard drive. In addition to the 37 GB hard drive that Zenwalk will be installed onto, I also have an 80 GB drive that houses my music and movies which is about 80% full. This drive is in NTFS format and I do not want to reformat because that would mean backing up a crapload of files. I have little experience with modifying the fstab file, but I know it must be done. I can usually get it to READ the partition, but it never allows me to WRITE to the partition. Also, it usually sets the ownership of the entire drive to Root, so I have to log in as Root to view the contents of the drive (which is not convenient).
Could someone show me an example of an fstab file (or just a line from it) that will allow Linux to Read AND Write to my NTFS partition, and have the ownership NOT restricted to just Root????