Execute a "mount -a" command as root to cause Linux to re-read the fstab file.
At 06:41 AM 12/2/2003, Men in grey suits forced Scott Talbot to type:
On Tue, 2003-12-02 at 05:16, jason pearl wrote: > i installed the ntfs rpm for fc1and i need to know why i still cant > open the files as user sesso.. i put this all in the fstab file > also... do i need to reboot? > > > mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows -t ntfs -r -o > umask=0222,uid=sesso,gid=root
Yes, fstab is read on boot and AFAIK you can't make linux refresh it without reboot.
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