problem with chmod
bret at busby.net
Mon Apr 6 05:59:14 UTC 2009
On Sun, 5 Apr 2009, Thorny wrote:
> On Sun, 05 Apr 2009 03:55:14 +0800, Bret Busby posted: [...]
>> :~$ cat /etc/fstab
>> # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # <file system> <mount
>> point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass> proc /proc
>> proc defaults 0 0 # /dev/sda8
>> UUID=3bb93d1c-1875-4036-90c7-846e954ceb45 /data ext3 defaults
>> 0 0 # /dev/sda5
>> UUID=cb771616-3630-4139-9b1d-c3fb499d9949 /debian_home ext3 defaults
>> 0 0 # /dev/sda7
>> UUID=1b72f837-17e1-4af9-9f22-31dc9a191657 / ext3
>> relatime,errors=remount-ro 0 1 # /dev/sda6
>> UUID=b421ce00-c5cc-4df1-9102-65b0b256376d none swap sw
>> 0 0 /dev/scd0 /media/cdrom0 udf,iso9660
>> user,noauto,exec,utf8 0 0 /dev/scd1 /media/cdrom1
>> udf,iso9660 user,noauto,exec,utf8 0 0 /dev/fd0
>> auto rw,user,noauto,exec,utf8 0 0
> Well Bret, assuming you have the correct UUIDs, those partitions should be
> mounted in the filesystem, however, you don't mention where you expect
> them to be mounted, what are you trying to achieve?
I want to be able to access what is in those two partitions - read and
write access, from the Debian partition.
>>> [Thorny] So, list the two partitions you want to mount at boot so we can
>>> compare them to your fstab.
>> [Bret] The two partitions that I want to be able to mount at system bootup in
>> the Ubuntu system, are sda8 and sda5, as shown in the fstab file above.
>> sda5 is the /home partition of my Debian system.
> sda5 is not the /home of your filesystem, the way you have the fstab
> written it is the /debian_home in your filesystem, your filesystem will
> not see that as home.
I do not ant that partition to be used as the /home partition for
>From what I understand, it is dangerous to share /home directories or
partitions, between different OS installations, whether they be
different distributions, or, different versions of the same
distribution, as, amongst other things, incompatibilities can occur.
I want to b able to access with read/write permissions, what is in the
Debian /home partition, fromn within the Ubuntu partition.
> sda8 is to be mounted at /data in your filesystem, nothing wrong with
> that, however, remember because it's mounted in the root of your
> filesystem, as a regular user, you will have limited permissions on that
> folder. It's only in your home that you have permissions necessary to
> write, that's part of the security model of the nix filesystem
But I have previously been able to access /mnt/data partitions and
underlying directory hierarchies, as a user, with Debian 3.1, with
read/write access, and so I assumed that I would be able to similarly
access these partitions from Ubuntu.
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