Re: Ntfs Problems
Am Sam, 2002-12-21 um 18.56 schrieb Pifta:
> I have the following problem: When I want to mount an ntfs filesystem, it
> works, but the mounted fs seems readable writeable and executeable
> for the root, but root can't do chmod, and the fs isn't available for
> other users.
> I want it mount so, that the users can read it too.
> When i write the mount -o remount,rw /dev/hdc1 command then the
> /mnt/stuffz directory will be writeable, and i can do chmod, but the
AFAIK writing to ntfs partitions is very experimental, at least it was
when i last checked it.
> subdirectories are still readable only for the root.
> I have this in \etc\fstab :
> /dev/hdc1 /mnt/stuffz ntfs rw,user 0 0
> I compiled in the kernel v2.4.20 the NTFS file system support(read-only) and
> the NTFS write support.
> I don't know why won't work... Pleas help me a little bit.
Here comes the little bit:
man mount, look for ntfs mount options uid/gid and umask (man umask)
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