look in /etc/fstab for a template on how to add filesystems for mount at boot time, until you change that you can use the mount command to mount your drives
mount -t (filsystem vfat, ntfs, reiserfs, ext3) /dev/whichever(hda1, hda2) /mnt/windows_c(or whatever other file you want)
for the /mnt/windows_c you can make this as any file that you want simply make one with the command mkdir (filename)
example for actual use of mount
mount -t vfat /dev/hda2 /mnt/hda2
also NTFS write support is still experimental (as far as i know) you can read your data from there without any risk but writing to it leaves a possibility of crashing your system and even destroying data
you can use cfdisk or fdisk to show the partition scheme of each of your drives "cfdisk /dev/hda" "fdisk /dev/hda"
Last edited by watashiwaotaku7; 06-24-2003 at 11:59 PM.