ok, here is a littlest help,
mount -tvfat /dev/hdb7 /fat32
next thing to do is
add the entry for /dev/hdb7 and its mount point to /etc/fstab file
/dev/hdb7 /fat32 vfat auto, user, rw 0 0
It should be mounted on boot up, so then it depends on what window manager/ desktop env you are using you can create an icon to browse, mount and unmount the device. In KDE if you right-click on desktop and go to the new you will see there create new device or smthng like this ( sorry I am no fan of KDE and GNOME and currently don't have them installed on my system) - fill in the blanks and you are OK; in GNOME there is similar setup exists (right-click on the desktop - new device - fill in the blanks - try it - done)
NOTE: the directory /fat32 must exist - it can be anything you want /mnt/fat, /mnt/win, etc.
/dev/hdb7 - must be your FAT32 partition.
Last edited by neo77777; 06-27-2002 at 08:23 AM.