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Help: HFS partition mounting read-only for Regular User


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I have 2 HFS partitions on my 120GB disk.

The first 80GB HFS partition (named: MacOSX) is my start-up disk where Mac OS X 10.4.8 located.

The other 40GB HFS partition (named: Data) is for my data and music.

Everytime I log in as regular user, the 40GB HFS partition is mounted read-only (for regular user).

 

Anyone could help me how to mount my 40GB HFS partition as read-write for regular user.

 

Thanks in advance.

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thx, i'll try it.

anyway, is there any solution for this using fstab.

What i've done is creating a folder named "Data" with permission set to 777 and then editing the /etc/fstab adding line says mounting to "Data" with option "rw".

(UUID='myUUIDdisk' /Data HFS rw,auto).

But it didn't work. Still that HFS partition is mouted read-only to "Regular User".

 

But anyway i'll try your suggestion. Thx.

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