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Friday, December 3rd, 2004

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Hi all. Does anyone know the option I'd use in /etc/exports that would allow a regular user to write to an NFS-mounted directory? Right now I'm using no_root_squash, which is allowing only
Root write access to any of my mounts. And when I take that option out, it seems that nobody can write to whatever directory I manipulated. Any ideas? Thanks!
USB Memory Stick
I have a USB memory stick that used to be readable under Linux. Very infrequently, it still works. I have no problems using it under Windows. I can mount my camera as a USB drive without any problem. Attempting to mount it, gives the error "mount: /dev/sda1 is not a valid block device". The same error I get when the drive isn't in a USB port.

The USB drive is a ScanDisk cruzer mini.
I'm running Red Hat 9.
The entry in my /etc/fstab is:
/dev/sda1 /mnt/usbstick vfat user,noauto,umask=0 0 0

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