junior-s wrote:Whenever I start Mint it mounts Windows' partitions. Is there any wahy NOT to mount it by default?
junior-s wrote:Yes. Just noticed it shows it, but doesn't mount by default. Thing is you doesn't need root passwd to mount then (which is really a security threat for me). I read somewhere I can edit the /etc/fstab not to show/mount them when Mint boots up, but I couldn't find it anywhere.
junior-s wrote:Untick the "Computer icon visible on the desktop", "Home icon visible on the desktop" and "Show mounted volumes on the desktop", then close the window.
sudo blkid -c /dev/null
sudo mkdir /mnt/WinC
UUID=200C11850C1156DE /mnt/WinC ntfs defaults,noauto 0 0
sudo mount -a
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