If you’re looking for your window partitions, in Nautilus (the filebrowser) click the Filesystem icon on the left which should bring you to /
then find the map windows … and in there should be the directories C, D, E, F linking to your windows partitions.
By default you can only read from your window partitions and not write to them. If you want write access please see NTFS - openSUSE
they’re even on the screenshot you made btw, /windows/C etc
“For openSUSE 11.0, ntfs-3g is installed by default and write support is enabled for root only…
By default, only root user can write on NTFS partition. Modify /etc/fstab to reflect dmask=002 to enable user writing.”
yaaay it worked now
i was very puzzeled and disapointed last night
and have done alot of miss in the terminal and the Home got broken so is the applications cuz i set the home to a different partition
you saved my day again.
i’ve one last question i was trying to have a Shortcut from my Partitions to the Home icon but i only found myself able to copy or move the partitions
how to make a shorcut from the partition at home or desktop so i can access them easier.