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Nov
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accepted How to allow an arbitrary group to mount a file system?
Nov
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comment How to allow an arbitrary group to mount a file system?
Looks strange for me. The /dev/mapper/vg_firefly-testmount link is owned by the root group but you're able to mount it being logged in as jenny. Does mount follow the symlink and look at the group of the linked device? If so, how have you set the group of /dev/dm-4 to jenny?
Nov
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comment How to allow an arbitrary group to mount a file system?
How can I change a device group? Should I edit udev rules for this purpose? The device is a hard drive partition if it's important.
Nov
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asked How to allow an arbitrary group to mount a file system?
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accepted .bash_profile isn't sourced during logon
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Jul
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answered .bash_profile isn't sourced during logon
Jul
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comment .bash_profile isn't sourced during logon
@pabouk I boot my system in runlevel 3 and then start GUI with startx manually if needed. So immediately after boot I definitely have login shell. However, there isn't any sign (alias, environment variable, test.txt file) that my .bash_profile script is executed.
Jul
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asked .bash_profile isn't sourced during logon
Jul
25
comment Permissions on files created by Linux in NTFS
I've removed usermapping from the record in fstab. No more error messages appear in console when the filesystem being mounted. However, in Windows all users still have full rights over files created by Linux despite the presence of inherit option in the fstab record.
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asked Permissions on files created by Linux in NTFS