First I want to thank you again for your work on this distro. I have looked for YEARS for a linux that handled screen fonts nearly as well as Windows and I have finally found one that I consider first rate. Even fonts for programs run in Crossover, which always looked awful for me in the past, look great in Netrunner. I cannot thank you enough!!!
I’ve googled my question but can’t quite figure this out. I still dual-boot and I want to control how my local NTFS drives (I usually have two) are mounted in KDE - and I want them to automount at boot. I understand that fstab can be edited manually but Netrunner does so many other things well I am wondering if I am missing a GUI-based solution. I see discussion that KDEPartitionManager has not been updated in a couple of years, but I found this link stating that it was supposed to have this feature in 2010: http://blog.volker-lanz.de/?q=2010/05/28/new-in-kde-partition-manager-1-1-i-mount-management
Am I missing something here? The KDE Partition Manager in Netrunner doesn’t appear to allow for the editing of drive mounts, and I hate to play directly with fstab as I am not yet that proficient in Linux.
Can you let me know if there is any solution other than manual editing of fstab?