Mounting partitions, bizare question...
ivoks at grad.hr
Tue Jul 12 13:02:35 UTC 2005
On Tue, 2005-07-12 at 08:28 -0400, Larry Grover wrote:
> Your argument is not relevant to Vince's original question:
I wasn't replying Vince. I offered souliton to Vince in my first post on
> grover at sleek:~$ cat /etc/passwd | wc -l
wc -l /etc/passwd would be faster and easier ;)
> Many of these "users" don't even have a login shell:
Of course they don't. So, your point is? That users don't exist?
> (3) Vince is root on his own system, he can administer it however he
Sure he can. My point was that despite Linux being very flexibile
operating system, it was designed for more than one user. I have few
ideas how he can accomplish what he wants (two solutions I allready
suggested). Problem is that he wants GUI way.
> (4) Click the "Add" button under the lower left pane. You should see
> a new directory listed in the left pane. It should also show up under
> "Places" in the Nautilus menus.
D'n'D would work too.
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