ecosta at tpk.com.br
Tue Feb 13 12:57:14 CST 2001
> I'm using dual boot system and have windows partitions on my disk. The
> problem is that I can't write to it as user (copy files etc). I'm also
> unable to chage permissions or owner. So wine can' access them. I looked
> up fstab man and related
> issues but still didn't find solution.
It must be a common permission problem.
If you have root access:
1. Change owner and permissions of your mount dir to your name/group:
# chmod 775 [mount-point]
# chown [your-name].[your-group] [mount-point]
2. Edit the right line in /etc/fstab:
from: [partition] [mount-point] [vfat|auto] defaults 0 0
to: [part.] [m-p] [vfat|auto] gid=[your-gid],uid=[your-uid] 0 0
3. Remount [mount-point]
If you don't have root access:
4. Ask a su to do steps 1 to 3. :)
This worked to me and to all users I know. Any problem, tell us.
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