gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Jan 15 18:09:07 PST 2001
On January 14, 2001 01:07 pm, Shlok Smári Datye wrote:
> That's not the problem at all. Just read-only is fine, but that doesn't
> Like I said, after mount, users cannot access /mnt/nt folder. I don't care
> if it's read or readwrite.
Just to make sure:
you chmod'ed after you mounted and not before right?
Mount it, then chmod 644 or something and try to have a user access it then.
It if still fails, run an ls -ld on that directory to make sure the mode was
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