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Give domain users permissions on cifs shares?

I am using CentOS 6.5 - users authenticate using winbind, all are domain users except for root. /home is mapped to a cifs share on a windows server in /etc/fstab with this line: \\server\home$ /home ...
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Allow NonRoot User to Mount a Particular NTFS External Hard Drive

I have a 4TB external hard drive connected to an Linux server. The fstab permissions on this drive are set so that only one particular non-root user has access to it: ...
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How to set automatically permission at automount without mask

I store my data on a NTFS parition to share it with my Windows. I use the dmask,fmask option in my fstab entry to avoid rwx default permissions to everyone, for coherence, security, and also because ...
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Mount NTFS drive with 777 permissions

I need to mount a NTFS drive with permissions set to 777. The code i have in fstab now is: /dev/sdb2 /disk ntfs defaults,nls=utf8,umask=000,uid=1000,windows_names 0 0 But ...
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fstab mount drive as my /home

I am trying to: mount my 2TB external USB hard drive as my home directory at /home/peter ensure that the home directory is owned by me (not root) do all this automatically at bootup Currently: ...
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How do I mount an NTFS partition in /etc/fstab and prevent files/directories from receiving exec permissions when they're created?

I have an NTFS partition that I want to mount using /etc/fstab. I don't want any files to have executable permissions on this drive, so I wrote the following rule: /dev/sda2 /media/sharedfolder ntfs ...
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Remove noexec from Home folder

I trying to deploy an rails application into /home/app/myapp, but when application tries to connect to Mysql, I get this error: ** [out :: 192.168.110.50] ...
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1answer
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Mount USB drive (FAT32) so all users can write to it

I have a USB FAT32 drive that is on /dev/sda2. I've mounted it as /media/bigdrive however, I get permission denied whenever I try to touch a file there as a non root user. When I run mount I can see ...
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mount ramfs as user

My fstab entry: none /home/jreinhart/ramdisk ramfs defaults,user 0 0 The directory before mounting: drwxrwxr-x 2 jreinhart jreinhart 4096 Oct 17 11:31 ramdisk The directory after ...