[TriLUG] how to mount filesystems under my home directory
rpjday at mindspring.com
Fri Oct 19 00:44:18 EDT 2001
On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, Craig Duncan wrote:
> So what did you figure out? The best thing about this list is the answers,
> not the questions. Please, educate us...
oh, sorry, it was simple to the point where i was kind of embarrassed.
it appears that when you mount a filesystem, the mount point takes
on the owner and group of the root directory of the filesystem.
so, once you mount it, use root privilege to change the owner and
group of the mount point to whoever you want. this effectively
changes those attributes of the root directory of the filesystem.
then you're good to go.
Robert P. J. Day
Eno River Technologies, Durham NC
Unix, Linux and Open Source training
Microsoft: Committed to putting the "backward" into "backward compatibility."
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