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Re: NTFS issue

Lot of people had already answer this... but what
intrigs me is that you reboot and reboot....

You don't need to reboot, just "su -" to be root and
"exit" to be "yourself" again, or use sudo (man sudo)

To test your /etc/inittab you can use "mount -a" (man

Keep it going.. maybe someday you could make those
NTFS into ReiserFS  or ext3... I still have FAT32 on
my system, I need to do a backup first before I

 --- Yogen Mankikar <yogenmankikar hotmail com>

> I have successfully mounted ntfs drive, but it is
> accessible only to the 
> root user.
> As a regular user I get 'permission denied' error.
> What am I missing?
> Here's what I did as root.
> mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/C
> mount -t ntfs /dev/hda5 /mnt/D
> After making sure I was able to access both ntfs
> drives, I added the 
> following to /etc/fstab
> /dev/hda1	/mnt/C   	ntfs    	defaults       	0 	0
> /dev/hda5	/mnt/D   	ntfs    	defaults       	0 	0
> Then I rebooted and logged on as a regular user.
> Now ls /mnt/C gives 'permission denied'.
> But if I log on as root I am able to access both
> ntfs drives just fine.
> I'm a Linux newbie, any help is appreciated.
> -Yogen
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