I have noticed that Quantal now mounts each partition under a root like
Since I need to auto-mount a partition at startup and this naming convention is totally new for me I was thinking that maybe there is a new way to do this correctly for Ubuntu 12.10 and it's time to discard fstab.
So as we know together,LiveUbuntu will automatically mount it's partition with installation files/OS files as read-only partition,even we put a persistent partition or file on it.so it is possible to mount it as non read-only (writeable) ?
This simple and brief tutorial is going to show you how to automatically mount Windows 7 and other ntfs partitions in Ubuntu 12.10.
It’s easy to use NTFS Configuration tool to make Ubuntu auto-mount Windows 7 dual-boot partition.
First search for and install ntfs-config package in Ubuntu Software Center.
Then hit Ctrl+Alt+T, copy and paste this command into terminal and hit enter to run: