Despite having signed up for linuxquestions.org a good long while ago, I've only just managed to prise myself away from windows, and so I'm guessing that the newbie area is the correct place for this question.
Apologies if I get any terminology wrong.
1. I have 2 hard disks: one that contains only an NTFS partition, and another that contains both an NTFS partition and a Fedora 9 (x64) partition
2. At present, I can access all partitions from both my root and regular user accounts
Is there a way to restrict regular user access to the NTFS partitions whilst maintaining accessibility from the root account?
Ideally, I would like to restrict access to all NTFS folders except one (itunes), so that I could effectively share the contents between the two operating systems without providing unnecessary access to any other files or folders.
root = access to everything
normal user = access only to linux partition and a single folder on an NTFS partition
Any help would be greatly appreciated, as this issue is driving me mental at present
Thanks in advance.