I have a Windows and Linux Dualboot and I made a partition of 200GB to store big files if needed. The problem is that from my Debian OS, I can't add folders or put new files in there. The partition is in /media/username/Partition. Anytime I want to open the partition in the folder program I have to put in my root password and even then I cannot add files to it. I have remounted it but doing that every time to get read/writing permission is a hassle. Also if I want to make a new folder, I get the error that the directory doesn't exist, although it does. On the Windows OS I can access it and use it no problem. Any help on how I can make it easy to use and access on Linux?
I did the following to make it work with an NTFS partition:
run the following to get the UUID of the partition:
open the fstab file with:
sudo nano /etc/fstab
scroll down and make an entry like so:
UUID=D0C08198CC0839207 /media/user/HD ntfs-3g permissions 0 1
change the UUID and the mounting point to your use case. At the end it should have this structure:
UUID=[The UUID of the partition] [Mount point] ntfs-3g permissions 0 1
Save and reboot your computer. The partition should automatically be mounted with the permissions set in fstab.