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Thread: specifiying the mounting folder for a hard drive disc ?

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    specifiying the mounting folder for a hard drive disc ?

    Hello everybody,
    I have a little problem concerning a hard drive ...

    In fact, it's an external hard drive but i use a "rack" to plug it in a internal sata plug (via e-sata plus on the hard drive). however I also use it with a usb plug from time to time

    currently i use this configuration in fstab but, i'm not allowed to unmount it (as a simple user)
    Code:
    # mount WORK
    UUID=3CB6D26AB6D22464    /home/zib/Work    ntfs    defaults    0    0
    so how could i do to specify the mounting folder and being able to unmount it without using "sudo" ??

    thanks!

    ps : if anything is unclear please tell me!

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    Re: specifiying the mounting folder for a hard drive disc ?

    Adding umask, uid and gid might help.

    Your mount definition will look like this in /etc/fstab.

    Code:
    UUID=3CB6D26AB6D22464    /home/zib/Work    ntfs-3g    defaults,utf8,umask=007,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 1

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