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    SubjectRe: ntfs server umask
    Keith Chiem wrote:
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    > I've got one gripe about this. Mounting an ntfs partition leaves it in mode
    > 700 by root. This is a read only driver, and unless there's some convention
    > I dont' know about, I believe mounts should be 444. This is due to

    You can override this setting in /etc/fstab; from mine:

    /dev/sda1 /nt/c ntfs
    user,exec,nodev,nosuid,rw,noauto,uid=1729,gid=511,umask=0222 1 1
    /dev/sdb1 /nt/e ntfs
    user,exec,nodev,nosuid,rw,noauto,uid=1729,gid=511,umask=0222 1 1

    -Tom
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    Tom Eastep
    COMPAQ Computer Corporation
    Enterprise Computing Group
    Tandem Division
    tom.eastep@compaq.com

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