On Sun, Jun 04, 2000 at 06:38:16AM -0800, Ethan Benson wrote: > > /dev/hda2 /windows vfat defaults,umask=002,gid=100 0 2 I'd also use the 'noexec' option, so regular files show up as non-executable. Also, depending on your preferences, you might not want the fat partitions to be fscked on boot (especially if they're FAT32 and you heed the "FAT32 support is still ALPHA" warning fsck gives). If this is the case, change the 2 at the end to 0. > you could make everything world writable (bad idea) by changing umask > to 000 and dropping the gid= option (which would be irrelevant with > world writable files) i agree, bad idea! Instead, use gid and add trusted users to that group. At the least, it'll keep 'nobody', 'www-data', and those other nonusers from being able to scribble things. -- finger for GPG public key.
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