Mounting a fat drive for non-root users
Hello. I have never had this problem before but I cannot get my harddrive (fat32 120GB IDE) to mount in a write-able way. I normally just write my own fstab file, since ubuntu does no autoconfiguring on its own.
Here is the entry pertaining to the drive:
/dev/hdd1 /home/user/Core vfat auto,users,exec,rw,nosuid 0 0
Now, the folder where the drive is mount /home/user/Core will not let me chown it and chmod on that folder or anything else in the drive does not work! Chown reports:
"chown: changing ownership of `Core/': Operation not permitte"
And chmod looks like it works, but then nothing changes. No writing abilities appear. Could someone please give me a little help?