I need to set my configurations up so that my NTFS Windows partition (hda1) automatically mounts so I can access the files everytime I log in from any username (though I'm planning on only using my regular non-root username most of the time).
I've used this guide: linux.org.mt/article/winmount (sorry, I can't link the URL since this is my fifth post and any posts under fifth with a URL will be blocked on these forums, apparently).
That guide works fine, except for the fact that the partition is never mounted on startup (scroll down to the next paragraph for more details on this*), and then I manually mount it, and the folder containing the Windows files is protected so only root can access it. I need to be able to access it from my non-root username.
3. If that worked, you can make it easier or automatic to mount by adding the following line to /etc/fstab:
/dev/hda1 /c vfat noauto,user 0 2
*I did this, but every time I log in and go edit that file again, that line is gone again.
Thanks in advance for the help.