--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Frenchy" <nbm_clan@y...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "SarwarShahzad"
> > > "mount -t ufsd.o -o
rw,uid=501,gid=501, /dev/sdb1 /share/hdd/data"
> > One more question: For some reason only root user has the write
> > access to ntfs data not other users. others can just read.
> I think what he meant was replace the 501 uid/gid's above with the
> of your "guest" account (grep guest /etc/group). You only have
> access to it because root always has rw privs.
Frenchy, Thank you so much. I had just overlooked "uid" and "gid"
part in Bharat's response. Since I had turned off guest account
through linksys interface. I used uid=2000 (whih is id for my mostly
used user) and now I can write/update/delete on my ntfs partition
using both telnet and samab.