What is on each partition, as far as content is concerned, or what name would you like for each label?
You could use the old style /dev/sdb2 type designations if you wish, but they are subject to changes now that the kernal sees all drives as /dev/sdxn, with x being the drive letter and n being the partition number.
The form is;
<device or Label><space><mount point><space><format><space><mount options><space>0<space>0
The last two zeros have to do with filesystem checks and the dump command; zero being the same meaning as n/a in a form.
As root, one would use the command;
# ntfslabel /dev/sdb2 <new kabel>
for the first partition, and;
# tune2fs -L <new label> /dev/sdb7
for the second partition.
If you are already in the root terminal use the following to edit fstab with kwrite;
# kwrite /etc/fstab
Add your lines, press Enter to start a new line, then save the file.
The mount options are comma separated and can have no spaces, from start to finish. You can see the ones I use, for Linux partitions, in my last post. There having been changes to ntfs-3g, I'm not sure of the current mount options for that partition. You'd be better waiting for those from someone that uses such partitions. As a guess, I'd say;
if you wanted the partition user mountable, or if auto mounted;
Someone using ntfs-3g should be able to confirm if this is still correct, or if something needs to be added.