Well, came across another headache. Was trying to auto mount my USB hard drive on my Raspberry Pi in the fstab file. When I went to reboot, it would always give me an error. So I started poking around the repositories for NTFS apps that might help. That’s were ntfs-3g came in.
So I ran the ‘sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g’ and than updated the fstab file and changed the file system from ntfs to ntfs-3g. Bahdabing, it worked. Now I have access to my USB hard drive from my Raspberry Pi. Hope this might help someone else facing the same problem.
Dude In A Motorhome