How do I change "fstab" to Write/Edit Mode?
I am unable to edit the "fstab" of /etc/fstab.
I logged in as root and tried to change the permissions of
"fstab" in the following sequence:
i) cd ..
ii) cd ..
iii) cd etc
iv) chmod -r fstab ( I am not sure whether this synatx is correct)
But I got a "permission denied" message.
1) Do I have to login as "root" to add an entry into
the "/etc/fstab" or can I do it logged in as a normal user.
2) Does the RedHat OS keep a separate "fstab" for each user
or does it access a single file for all users?
Here I am basically trying to make an entry into "fstab" so that
the RedHat OS will detect my Windows OS partition as well.