mount ntfs as user
Open a terminal and become root
Put the directory to ntfs
Put the default entry in the /dev/fstab
nano-w /dev/fstab >Enter and fill in the following line
/dev/sdxy /mnt/sdxy ntfs auto,users,exec,rw,umask=000 0 0
(sdxy=your ntfs partition)
lead from a restart.
The ntfs partition suits you from now on every boot up reading and writing are available.