Originally Posted by gnashley
What does that have to do with the init process?
You can't set permissions on ntfs beacuse it doesn't support those file attributes. You may be able to set the permissions when you copy the file and perhaps have them respected at the moment, but the ownerships and permissions will not 'stick' and once the volume is unmounted and remounted the permissions will be gone. You can use the 'umask' if the volume is mounted in fstab in order to have some control over access.
I want set permission at the time of booting. thats why I want make it part
of init process.
ntfs-3g $MNTPRMS -o silent,umask=0,no_def_opts,allow_other 2>/dev/null
I want to know description of above command.