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dave ner0tic 02-09-2004 03:03 PM

mount access
 
ok i'm running RH9 and i have an ntfs drive a mounted and added to the fstab it's there and i can see it.. i can access the content of my mount (/mnt/win) when i'm root, but not when i'm a regular user...

my fstab looks like this:
/dev/hdd1 /mnt/win auto defaults 0 0


i have the file mounted and it's shown on my gnome desktop i open it and i get an error saying that i don't hod the correct permissions to view it
yet i can mount and unmount it...

Tinkster 02-09-2004 05:28 PM

May I sugest using the search-feature?

This is a quite commonly asked and answered question...


Cheers,
Tink

dave ner0tic 02-09-2004 05:55 PM

Re: mount access
 
Quote:

Originally posted by dave ner0tic
ok i'm running RH9 and i have an ntfs drive a mounted and added to the fstab it's there and i can see it.. i can access the content of my mount (/mnt/win) when i'm root, but not when i'm a regular user...

my fstab looks like this:
/dev/hdd1 /mnt/win auto defaults 0 0


i have the file mounted and it's shown on my gnome desktop i open it and i get an error saying that i don't hod the correct permissions to view it
yet i can mount and unmount it...

i did that and saw no mention to being able to mount, but not view...

ashoksagar 02-09-2004 06:04 PM

Try this:
/dev/hdd1 /mnt/win auto defaults,umask=000 0 0

dave ner0tic 02-09-2004 06:20 PM

Re: Re: mount access
 
Quote:

Originally posted by dave ner0tic
i did that and saw no mention to being able to mount, but not view...
with that i lose the ability to mount as a regular user as well as it form my desktop

Tinkster 02-10-2004 12:07 AM

Re: Re: mount access
 
Quote:

Originally posted by dave ner0tic
i did that and saw no mention to being able to mount, but not view...
Uh-huh ...

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...der=descending


I've seen a few threads that achieve what you
asked with slightly different methods ... maybe
search again?



Cheers,
Tink

P.S.: As for the post above: replace the defaults with
user, but you could have found that in the threads
from the search, too.


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