[CentOS] Can't mount FAT32 partition
rodrigob at suespammers.org
Thu Sep 1 19:34:44 UTC 2005
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On Thu, Sep 01, 2005 at 11:10:04AM +0900, Dave Gutteridge wrote:
> I've almost got this solved.
> To make a long story of experimentation short, using the check disk
> utility inside Windows XP was not sufficient for ensuring the partition
> was in working order. I had to use my trusty Win98 boot disk, and run
> scandisk from there, where it fixed something to do with the directory
> structure. And then I went back to XP and ran checkdisk, where it then
> found cross linked files to repair. Not that I know what a cross linked
> file is, but my suspicion is that this all had something to do with the
> assault that Linux performed on my disk when I tried to mount the drive
> with the wrong settings.
> So where I'm at now is that I can mount the drive from the command line
> like so:
> [root at localhost ~]# mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows
> ... but only the root user can see it.
> I want to be able to make it so that any user (which is almost always
> me, but sometimes I'm root, sometimes I'm just a user with the account
> "dave") can access the drive, and that it comes up in Gnome/Nautilus on
> Here is what I currently have in /etc/fstab:
> /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows vfat
> rw,uid=512,gid=1002 0 0
Try adding umask=0
Rodrigo Barbosa <rodrigob at suespammers.org>
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