Permission denied error solved.

Tim stcroixt at
Sun Aug 6 13:07:17 PDT 2000

I think it's a bug in either mount or the kernel.

As I said, I put a line in fstab for my lfs partition, this way I could
type 'mount /mnt/lfs' and it's mounted... but if I spell everything out
for mount: 'mount -t ext2 /dev/hda3 /mnt/lfs' the  problem disappears.

I have no idea why this would be so.  Bug?

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