Well, you can technically write to NTFS, but even in Debian there is a VERY HIGH chance of damaging it. I had the same problem as you, (except I only had 1 other HD). You have to get your hands on Partition Magic, Gparted LiveCD or something similar, and make a FAT32 partition. Then, this can be written an read by (safely) Linux and Windows. As for the HDs, as root, go into /etc/fstab and edit it appropiately. If you don't know how, that NTFS site previous given will tell you how. It's in the FAQ.
Last edited by Firewing1; 12th April 2006 at 11:58 PM.