first issue i'm having:
i finally got fluxbox working nice and smooth under root. unfortunatley X is not starting flux for the one user that i have. i've change the .xinitrc file in the user's ~/ directory to read:
at the end with exex fwm2 commented out. i've done the same to the /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc file. i've even chmod'ed the ~/xinitrc file to 700.
when i run startx it starts fwm2 for that user isntead of flux, though root works just fine.
could it be because i went through the whole install procedure of fluxbox as root?
i think i asked this before, but i couldn't find it with the search in any forums.
i have a 2nd drive that is fat32 formatted that i use for archives. when i boot linux, it automatically mounts that drive as /archive in the root directory. my users don't have the ability to read and write to the /archive directory. any clue how to mount it so all of the default users group gets full access to the drive? are there any options i can configure the inettab file with so that those permissions are granted on boot?