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I have two hard drives, one with xp and debian etch, and the other I would like to use as storage for both operating systems. The second drive, hdb, had been formatted as fat32 so I can see it with windows, but not with debian.
I can see the /mnt/storage, which I am assuming is my 80-gig storage drive; although I have as to yet to verify that. Additionally, I can navigate the windows directory, though only as root, the questions is: How do I change access so anyone can use them?
If you want all users to be given "full access" to the drives, add umask=000 to your fat32 drive, and umask=222 to your ntfs drive. (These go in the options area, right after 'users'). The 222 is probably redundant, but I've always done it that way and it worked fine.