Questions about: ntfs

The most straight forward way that will work on most Linux systems is to add them to your fstab. But there are others. Each has there own headline in this answer
This has little to do with any operating system. This is a file system error, which in most cases indicates that the drive was not unmounted properly (user error). It is not an absolute indication of damage, it merely indicates a possibility of a dam
Answer #: 1 The mode is determined by the partition’s mount options (you cannot change it via chmod). For ‘755’ on files and ‘777’ on directories you would use something like sudo mount -t ntfs -o rw,auto,user,fmask=0022,dmask=0000 /dev/whatever /mnt
Hello, dolflou032. I wonder a bit whether chose the right forum for reporting your problem. This is the Linux Mint forum