During the Slackware (14.0) installation, it identified my windows partition and asked me if I would like to have it visible from linux. I picked yes and that everyone should have read-only access (even root). Now it asks me to pick a mount point for /dev/sda2 (my ntfs Windows partition):
Now this partition must be mounted somewhere in your directory tree. Please enter the directory under which you would like to put it. For instance, you might want to enter /fat-c or /fat-d or something similar. NOTE: This partition won't actually be mounted until you reboot. Where would you like to mount /dev/sda2?
My question is a bit simple - do I need to mount it under / (i.e. /[name], for example /windows) or can I pick /mnt/windows. In essence, does it matter at all where I place or what I name this partition?