Greg Fundyler wrote:
> Hi. I am new to this list. I am running Red Hat 6.2. I have an Avatar
> Shark drive. I know how to access it, but it only works when I'm logged
> on as root. When I try to mount from a different name, it says that only
> root can mount.
Do you have the drive in /etc/fstab? Else read the manpages for fstab
I guess the line in fstab would be something like:
/dev/pd0 /mnt/avatar ext2 noauto,user 0 0
replace ext2 with vfat if it is a windows disk.
I am not sure about the permissions line, but I think it is right if you
want users to be able to mount it, and don't want it to be automatically
mounted at startup.
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