I have USB hard-drive connected to my Ubuntu (11.04) machine. Every time I reboot the computer and login it mounts the hard-drive. Since the disk has NTFS on it, Linux assigns some user to be the owner of the files on the disk. So all files on the disk appear owned by one user and only that user can see the files.
I use two user accounts on my computer and often switch between them. Once I switch to other user account, I can no longer access contents of the disk because it is owned by my first user account. Is there anything can be done about it except mounting it via /etc/fstab?