you have to create individual directorys in Linux for each partition type to mount to.
creating as many individual mount points for as many partitions that you need to mount.
you also need to have kernel support for ntfs, i think the package is ntfs i686 or something like that. As Andrew stated, you must also allow for the proper syntax if the file system types are different, eg; for win 95 or win 98, you would set "fat 16" or "fat32", instead of "ntfs" respectively.
once you can mount each partition into it's respective mount point, then you can set the init to auto mount them at boot.