bastill at adam.com.au
Thu Jan 6 11:54:40 CST 2005
On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 05:14 am, Daryl Tester wrote:
> Forgot to address this in previous post ...
> Brian Astill wrote:
> > and some time ago, they all pointed in the same direction - that
> > FAT32 behaves as I described and that there is nothing that can be
> > done about it. :-(
> Sorry, but that's rubbish.
No its not - its what I found. It is also in accord with what is
happening on my system.
> Your prior post clearly showed that your
> mount options in /etc/fstab weren't being honoured - if that was
> accurate, then *that* is where a large part of your problem lies.
Can't argue with that. Your statement is also in accord with what I
found by googling.
> > Shannon Lloyd suggested using:
> > /dev/hdb1 /mnt/win/d vfat defaults, rw,gid=501,umask=007 1 0
> > but this didn't work for me.
> Now you've jumped from hdb5 to hdb1 ...
Please credit me with _some_ sense. I have given you what Shannon gave
me. _Obviously_ I would use MY mountpoints on MY system.
It still didn't work.
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