Marc Elliot Hall wrote:|
On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 02:41:25PM -0700, Ken Herron wrote:
Marc Elliot Hall wrote:
#make /windows partition owned by user nobody and group webusers
/dev/hda4 /windows vfat \
rw,user,auto,gid=82,uid=501,umask=000 0 2
Okay, on "tiny", files on the partition should have UID 501, GID 82,
umask 000. Is that what actually happens?
No, it's not. At least, not now.
If tiny isn't assigning the right permissions to the VFAT mount, then
what permissions is it assigning? And how exactly is this an NFS
problem? If the permissions are incorrect on the original VFAT mount,
then it's hardly surprising that another host mounting the partition
through NFS would see the incorrect permissions.