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Hello I had a NTFS partition and I format as ext4 to use it with Ubuntu

Now If I mount it each time a boot the computer I have to mount again. How can I do a mount persistent?

Where I have to mount?  I did it in "/" but I'm not sure where use this extra space  in the desktop applications.

Any help?

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ok done...
but the owner now is root how can give rights to all users?

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