I want to auto mount all the partitions and instead of clicking on them after system start. The partitions even after clicking on them are just mounted as read only, not like normal partitions. How do I fix this?
[root tip] Use systemd to mount ANY device.
As well as [root tip] systemd mount unit samples.
I believe you’ll find what’s necessary there. Please also just bear in mind that the Linux implementation is reverse-engineerd and might cause errors. That’s why they are mounted read-only by default. I haven’t come across a problem, personally, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any.
Have you disabled Fast Startup in Windows?
Yes and in the UEFI menu as well.
Do normal mount in fstab or with systemd unit.
Use ntfsfix to fixed potential inconstancies.
Did you read this thread, it contains many valuable information about dual booting Windows:
[root tip] Dual boot Manjaro and Windows
Windows 10 preparation
Skip if using BIOS/MBR Disable Windows features
Do you plan on doing read/write on your Windows partition? Disable Windows options like
Hybrid Sleep defaults to enabled on desktop computers and disabled for laptop computers.
Why should I do that? When Windows uses the above options it leaves the file system in a . When the file system is in this state the Linux filesystem tool dirty state
ntfs-3g mounts the file system
read-only, effectively blocking you from making changes to your files on the Windows partition. To disable Windows Fast Startup you need to access the Windows Control Panel. You find it by clicking on Windows Start button → type control → select Control Panel desktop app.
In the Control Panel app
System and Security
Choose what power buttons do
a. Click on Change settings that are currently unavailable
b. Uncheck the option Turn on fast startup
If for any reason you want to turn off hibernation completely
Open command prompt as Administrator
powercfg /h off and press Enter
Other recent similar thread:
NTFS Drive - write permission on Manjaro KDE
Whenever I experience read only files after using Windows, I boot into Windows again and then reboot into Manjaro.
Also, check that there aren’t any file locks applied in Windows, such as document files after using MS Office for example.