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Re: fstab setting to user VFAT partition

On Thu, 1 May 2003 08:19:34 -0700
Michael S Daines <ax2groin@arbornet.org> wrote:

> problem.  Here is what it is currently set to:
> /dev/hda8	/home	vfat	suid,uid=1000,gid=100	0	2
> I have it set the uid and gid, becuase otherwise my user cannot write to
> the disk at all.  Even root, however, cannot do a chown or chgrp on
> anything there.

vfat doesn't support users or groups.

Here's my fstab entry:

/dev/hda5   /windata            vfat    user,rw,noauto      0   0

Any of my selves can read or write to the partition.


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