asokanon at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 10 06:49:39 UTC 2005
Thanks for the reply. Is it possible to use auto and
have it mounted on boot, or would that not be advised?
--- Peter Eis <eis at hagen-partner.de> wrote:
> AA wrote:
> >My question is, how can I mount the ext3
> >partition in linux to allow for browsing to that
> >through nautilus and copy/paste/cut etc data to and
> >from the drive as a normal (not root) user? I can
> >mount the partition with
> >sudo mount /dev/hdb2 /media/store/ -t ext3
> Add this line to /etc/fstab:
> /dev/hdb2 /media/store ext3
> noauto,user 0 2
> noauto will prevent the patition to be mountes at
> startup and user
> allows a normal user to mount the partition.
> Then you can mount the partition just by doing
> 'mount /media/store'
> If you want to access the partition from windows,
> you should have a look
> at http://www.fs-driver.org/
> It allows read/write access to ext2/ext3 partitions.
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