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SUSE / Novell :: Permanently Mount NTFS Drive With Read / Write Access


What is the best way to "permanently" mount a windows ntfs drive on suse 10.0 for read/write access? I use samba but I can't seem to find a way to mount the drive "permanently". Is it safe for my NTFS drive?


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