Re: Accessing vfat fs as normal user
In linux.debian.user, you wrote:
> Hi Craig,
> Thanks for the quick reply. I've tried various settings in fstab to change
> permissions, so far no luck.
> This is my latest entry for /dev/sdb (firewire drive):
> /dev/sdb /firewire vfat suid,uid=1000,gid=0, rw,noauto, 0 0
> Don Nash
>> > > Now I can't seem to access any of my dos partitions as user, only as
>> > > root. I have tried changing permissions as root using chmod for
>> > > these partitions with no luck. I have no problem accessing my native
>> > > linux partitions. Not shown in the fstab is my firewire drive , which
I'm using sort of the opposite with uid=0 and a gid that my users are
members of. I would get rid of the space in the options and the comma at
/dev/hda1 /winc vfat rw,uid=0,gid=20,umask=002 0 0
The puzzle is that it sounds like this was working prior to the upgrade of
the system to unstable. Is that correct? I'm using Woody and have this
mounting when the system boots.
Here's what I have for my zip drive which is also vfat. This is to mount it
as needed and it is working for my users.
/dev/sda4 /mnt/zip vfat user,exec,dev,suid,rw,noauto 0 0