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First you must known where the NTFS partition was mounted. After clicking "Locais" go to console and give a command
On the last line you should see the newly mounted partition, it should has ntfs in 3rd column. You can directly copy this line to /etc/fstab file. You can also need to add to options (4th column) a string 'umask=0000' after a colon. Look at 'man mount', section ntfs, for description and more options.
I've figured out what I did wrong. I thought that by changing the downloads folder of Transmission it would recognize automatically the downloads in the new downloads folder mounted in /mnt/cdrive, but I have to open the torrents again indicating the new folder for downloads so that Transmission recognizes the already downloaded files.
When I try to make a folder inside cdrive shared, the opened window closes and the folder is not set as shared. Could this be a problem of this mouting method or a problem with Ubuntu 10.10 64-bits? Either way, what can I do to solve it?