First you need to get the NTFS support RPM and install. Get from here: http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net/
Once thats done create a mount point in /mnt/
We'll call it partition so command to use is (from root)
Then to mount by command
mount -t ntfs /dev/hdxx /mnt/partition
the hdxx must be correct for your machine, hda for primary, hdb for slave thats on ide channel 0. hdc and hdd are channel 1.
the second x is the partition number, you can find that out by using fdisk or guessing... thats what I did. If its a logical partition chances are it will be 5 or 6, primary partition 1 or 2. But check first using fdisk -l (small L not number 1). That will give list of partitions.
If you want to auto mount at boot alter the /etc/fstab file.
Add the line
/dev/hdxx /mnt/partition ntfs auto,ro,umask=0222 0 0
I think that should work!