How to mount internal NTFS partition on boot

Method 1

It is possible to automatically mount disks at boot. There may be other ways to do this, but one way to do it is:
1) Write the commands for creating a folder and mounting the disk in a text file which will be a bash script file.
#!/system/bin/sh mkdir /mnt/folder_name mount.ntfs /dev/block/partition_name /mnt/folder_name
Here 'partition_name' could be any of the disk you want to mount like for example sda1 devb1 etc. and 'folder_name' is the folder where you want to mount the disk.
2) Place the script file under /system/etc/init.d. You can name the file anything you want, but it should not have any extension i.e. .txt or any other extension must be removed.
3) Reboot and enjoy ! Use a file manager like Mixplorer which can bookmark the mounted locations for easy access. The disks should now be mounted automatically at every boot.

Method 2

Mount all NTFS Partitions on boot (mostly automated script)
1) Open Terminal 2) create a "mountfs" file with the conetents below and place it under /system/bin 3) Then from a terminal: su chmod 777 /system/bin/mountfs 4) Then type mountfs 5) Done
mount_drives() {
blkid | grep ntfs | cut -d : -f 1 > $FILENAME
while read BLOCK; do
echo "BlissOS_NTFS: Mounting blocks: $BLOCK"
LABEL="$( blkid -s LABEL $BLOCK | cut -d : -f 2 | cut -d '"' -f 2 )"
if [ -z $LABEL ]; then
mkdir /mnt/"$LABEL"
mount.ntfs $BLOCK /mnt/"$LABEL"
done < $FILENAME
mount_drives >/dev/null 2>&1
sleep 2
echo "All NTFS partitions / drivers mounted at $MNT" && echo
echo "Making some arrangements so that all NTFS partitions could be mounted at boot" && clear
mv $(pwd)/mountfs /system/etc/init.d/
chmod 777 /system/etc/init.d/mountfs
sleep 2
echo "(R) Reboot (E) Exit" && echo
read -n 1 -p "Choose any option :- " X
case $X in
R | r)
echo "Rebooting" && sleep 2
chvt 7 && sleep 2 && reboot
E | e)
echo "Exiting" && sleep 2
chvt 7 && exit 0