I am quite new to the Linux environment and I have a problem in the same category as mariusdumitrache. I can't even read from my XP (NTFS) partitions. It is as if they are not mounted at all and I don't have a clue about what to do :-[. I'd be grateful if somebody could help me sort this mess out.
You should check if the NTFS file system support is enabled. For this go to
ControlCenter>System>Linux Kernel Configuration>File systems and check if the NTFS file
system support is enabled (check mark or coq wheel). If not click to enable it.
Then Apply. Will appear the message:"run make smplink" or something similar (i don't remember exactly). Go to /usr/src/linux and run that command. After that reboot.
If will not work you should do it manually.
Go to /usr/src/linux and read carefully README file - Configuring the kernel.