Hello All, I have been poking around, and gathering up info, but the one thing I cant seem to get a grip on is the mounting of a windows drive (partition) on my linux desktop.
I just installed SuSe 8.2 Pro yesterday... Dual booting with XP-Pro. All in all it went well I was really impressed with the whole package. A BIG Difference from the RH I had a few years ago when nothing worked right
. I noticed when I first loggin in (Using KDE) there were 3 partitions (win) on my desktop, I have 4.
In my research I thought I read that you need to have a drive either FAT/FAT32 to share with Linux, as NTFS is really not recommended. So that is why I have a 5 gig FAT32 parition, and this is the one I want to be mounted on my desktop when I log in as this will be the one for sharing across Linux and XP.
I DONT want the others showing up! As they are NTFS and I realy dont need them there. But They Automatically showed up, where the F: (FAT32) drive did not.
Can anyone assist? If you know how fill me in. If not can you point in the right direction where to get this info. I dont want to screw anyhting up as it seems to be running fine, and I just want to customize it to my liking.
thanks in advance for any help.