Hi everyone, check out my screenshot. I can not delete or write to an ntfs disk. How do I fix this? I’d like to write on disk. And how do I mount the disk automatically when I start?
Is ntfs-3g installed? I thought it was part of the default install.
Yes, ntfs-3g is installed. I was able to access the files by entering root mode.
In order to mount the disks/partitions at boot, you’ll have to edit the /etc/fstab file.
There are some examples in the link I posted earlier.
I don’t know if there is a utility in the repos that will give you a nice gui to edit the fstab with the permissions you want. If you’ve never done it manually, it’s a bit tricky and you can mess up your system.
Hi @Beagle, we are here to help you man anytime but when the questions you ask are easily solved by using Google or the Arch Wiki it gets a little frustrating.
As I said we will always help you but we’d like to see you trying to help yourself first. This helps with your general knowledge of Arch and ArchLabs.
Again, emphasis on, we will always help you if you run in to trouble.
Moving, yet again, to Basic Help.