I have a Windows 7 installed as my primary operating system on my C:\ drive. I have another ntfs partition, D:.
Ubuntu is installed using WUBI on C:\Ubuntu, which makes C:\ accessible through "/host". D:\ is mounted and can be reached via /media/some-hash, so each time I restart my machine, D:\ gets a different hashed-like name. This whole arrangement causes problems when I try to make links to files and folders located in D:\, which turn useless after each restart.
I know I need to mount D:\ drive permanently, somehow, by editing /etc/fstab. But I couldn't manage to figure out how exactly should I do that.
Any specific and friendly help for noobs would be very much appreciated.