Originally posted by Sfin
[B]I am assuming when you say in your post that you got the partition to automount at startup, that you mean that you edited the
file and added a line there to have the parition mount on startup.
I actually used Gnome's Control Center (I'm still quite addicted to GUIs) and added the automount command in the Startup section in there.
I located my uid and added it to my automount command -- logged in not as root but as my regular user self -- so it looks like this:
mount /dev/hdb7 -t vfat /mnt/hdb7 defaults,uid=500
But I still get the "cannot create target file. . . permission denied" error.
Now, the UID 500 was the number listed -- should it be 50 and not 500? I see you eliminated the last '1' from 1001 to make your UID 100.