mount xfs filesystem as noneroot user
thanks I got the problem solved by another path : mount the device to
none-root user, so I need no su to root when I locate to my /mnt/media
the vfat file system go well by add this in the /etc/fstab
/dev/hda7 /mnt/media vfat umask=0,uid=1003,gid=1003,defaults,iocharset=cp936 0 0
BUT when I come to xfs filesystem. I doesn't work
can any one give so advice on xfs , How to make some change in
/etc/fstab so noneroot user can read and write in /dev/hda8
On Sun, Oct 03, 2004 at 03:06:00PM +0200, Wim De Smet wrote:
> On Sun, 3 Oct 2004 21:02:19 +0200, bing yu <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I can not get message from fvwm list, Please forgive me posting here.
> > in my .fvwmrc
> > Key r A M Exec exec crxvt-gb
> > so Alt+r can open a crxvt terminal
> > After I open crxvt, I usually do this :
> > $su
> > password:****(enter my pwd)
> > # cd /mnt/media/
> > my question is straitforward(let alone the security problem), Can I write above in the .fvwmrc ? so after I Alt+r, the crxvt can go to id@box#
> > I read the man page
> > Key r A M Exec exec crxvt-gb -e su;pwd
> > still , It ask me to imput my password
> > Any one can help me? Thank you.
> I'm not sure but I don't think you can supply your password on the
> command line to su. But I would advise you to have a look at 'sudo'.
> It takes a little more effort but with this you can configure your
> system to give you the necessary permissions without too much hassle.
> Read the manpage and if that doesn't help (I seem to recall it's all a
> bit complicated) just google around a bit I'm sure you'll find some
> good tutorials.
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