@ronoc: What are the error when you type :
Don't blame ubuntu for that. Until there is no stable solution, they can't do more than they do.
pmount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /media/lacie
@MyBigToe,adds2one,RRS : Sorry guys, that was a stupid one . Fix now.
But i can't change gksu to sudo since gksu is the recommended way for graphical apps.
@domino : Good to hear that it work at least for one personn . Now to remove them, just kill ntfs-3g-monitor, remove it from gnome-session, and have a look at apps>nautilus>desktop in gconf.
NEVER use sudo to start graphical programs. You should always use gksudo or kdesu to run such programs, otherwise new login attempts may fail.
@RRS : did you upgrade ntfs-3g also during this update. Have a look at the common question section.
@bluntu : don't use ntfs-3g for really important data. corruption are near 0,0001% if you use it in the proper manner (see the WHAT YOU SHOULD'NT DO section) but there is always the possibility that it happens. That also why i recommand the copy/paste.
@mgsfan : have a look at point 4