Re: mount & ownership problem (newbie, maybe)
I'm not sure but I think a chmod on /dev/scd0 will work...
But as far as I know every user was always allowed to read a mounted
cdrom, I never had a permission denied...
On Thu, 13 Apr 2000, Christian Pernegger wrote:
> I created the following mountpoint directories under /mnt
> name (user/group) device (user/group)
> floppy (root/floppy) /dev/fd0 (root/floppy)
> cdrom (root/cdrom) /dev/scd0 (root/cdrom)
> burner (root/cdrom) /dev/scd1 (root/cdrom)
> Now if I want to mount the cd rom:
> # su
> # mount /mnt/cdrom
> That works fine. The only problem is, after that the /mnt/cdrom dir's
> ownerships will be (root/root) and thus inaccessible by members of the cdrom
> group. If I unmount it, everything is back to normal...
> How do I allow a group to access a mountpoint when the device is mounted?
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