I have a dual boot setup with Windows 7 and Mint 13 Cinnamon. As well as their respective partitions, I also have a large one (NTFS) for storing all my music, videos, documents etc. I downloaded
pysdm, as I was told it would enable me to configure Linux to auto-mount my storage partition. It has indeed been helpful in auto-mounting my storage; however, since installing it, I can no longer write to the partition, which makes 500GB of my hard drive utterly useless! I've tried to unselect the
Mount file system in read only mode option, but the program keeps re-checking it after I close that window (and even when I click apply).
Why is it doing this and how can I get it to recognize that I need to read AND write on that partition?