On 6/24/09 8:46 AM, Kevin Kofler wrote:
Hmm yea. I guess I already had typed my root password in somewhere when I used gnome-mount. Because gnome-mount didn't ask me for any password when I tried mounting my NTFS partitions.Gijs wrote:I recently upgraded from F10 to F11 and after I did this, Gnome stopped mounting my NTFS partitions automatically.If those are non-removable partitions, it's a bug that it did mount it automatically before. It's supposed to be allowed only with the root password. The right way to configure non-removable partitions is to enter them in /etc/fstab, then they'll get mounted right at boot time as they're supposed to. Kevin Kofler
Guess that's solved then. Thanks ;)
For the ones that don't want to fiddle around in /etc/fstab, a tool called "ntfs-config" does that for you.