Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 16:36:26 GMT
I have this strange problem since I upgraded some things...
I used to mount a fat32 partition at startup, fstab, like this:
Now it does not work as b4.
I mean, if I mount at startup, as I try and read that fs as a
normal user, I get a "Permission denied" error.
If I mount it as root, only root can read it.
To read it as a user, it has to be mount(ed?) by that user.
How can I mount it at startup, making it world-readable?!?
- Re: access permission on mounted fat32 drive
... pay attentition to that line in fstab, I guess with option 'auto', this ... file system was firstly mounted by root, try change auto => noauto. ... you can use 'usermount' tool to do mount or unmount. ...
- Re: How to make mount command mount partions as user not only as root ?
... Mount command reads what is written in fstab, ... You appear to have root ...
- Re: [SLE] NIS /home problem
... and mount it on /home on the client but yast doesn't let me. ... Originally did the client have an fstab with a line something like this? ... You should be able to log in as root. ...
- Re: Shadow set problem
... I specify all members at startup with neither of the above ... the shadow set has a direct connection to only one node): ... , one node would come up quick enough to mount it ...
- Re: [SLE] was GRUB - Intersting ... fstab
... mount all the drives you will multoboot from ... on the box then log in as root. ... and ask if you want to modify fstab permenently. ...