Re: Permissions/ownerships of /cdrom and /floppy
> > Permissions on mount points don't seem to make much difference. I was able to
> > mount a filesystem on a mount point with mode 0, and once mounted the
> > permissions come from the mounted filesystem, not the mount point.
> While we are at it, is there a rationale for /boot to be root.disk,
> group-writeable and set-gid?
If the root inode of the mounted fs overwrites the mount point inode, I'd
put permission 0. This way you make things clear for the user.