Hi Jordon! Welcome to LinuxQuestions.
There are two answers to your question. The first answer is if you want to mount them once, the second is if you want them to always be mounted automatically.
First, you need an empty directory as a mount point (actually, it doesn't need to be empty, but once you mount something the stuff that was there before will be hidden).
Now, for mounting a disk once, root gives this command:
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 some_directory
The NTFS partition must
be mounted read-only, blame Microsoft who don't give any information as to how NTFS works
mount -r -t ntfs /dev/hda2 some_other_directory
To automatically mount a partition, you (root) must edit the file /etc/fstab
Add two lines that look like this:
I think that the two above lines are correct, but I haven't tested it. Anybody has a second opinion?
/dev/hda1 /some/directory vfat defaults 0 0
/dev/hda2 /some/other/directory ntfs ro 0 0