What is the default mounting for an NTFS drive in Raspbian Jessie?
In Raspbian Wheezy, the default was read-only, and to get read/write, you had to upgrade to
ntfs-3g and modify the fstab file. See my notes here. Raspbian Jessie includes
ntfs-3g by default, and seems to mount the drive read/write automatically, but I am not sure. For example, I can create a blank file and delete a folder, but not create a new folder using the File Manager GUI program.
Alternatively, how can I determine on my system if a drive is mounted read-only or read-write?
Currently, I'm working with a Raspberry Pi B+. I tried looking up the Debian side of things and found what look like release notes, but I don't think the information I'm looking for is there: