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Not really much to say...


Dec
1
accepted How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
Dec
1
comment How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
Would adding the mount line to the bottom of fstab ensure that /home and others are mounted prior to this being mounted?
Dec
1
comment How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
@Celada no, but I do think that the unmount and remount at boot would reset the permissions at the mount point.
Nov
30
comment How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
Well the problem isn't the files maintaining their permissions, it's the mount point maintaining the correct owner. AFAICT, when a file is mounted from /etc/fstab, the owner is set to root:root. I'd like it to be automatically set to haneefmubarak:haneefmubarak.
Nov
30
comment How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
Well, I'd like to not have to do sudo chown every time I reboot my computer. I'm looking for a way to persist the permissions across boots. Also, I haven't actually done this yet, I'm just speculating at this point from prior experience.
Nov
30
comment How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
Could I have a reason for downvote? I accidentally hit save early, but I edited in the rest.
Nov
30
revised How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
finished question up
Nov
30
asked How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?
Jul
31
awarded  Teacher
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
Ah, I see. I tend to do the same on SO [c] and CR.SE [c].
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
So we both learned something, eh?
Feb
23
accepted When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
But the tab delimit is noted. Thanks for that.
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
*it just seems to be that SE likes to soften hard tabs...
Feb
23
revised When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
added 96 characters in body
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
The cut is valid (I used it earlier), it just seems to be that SE doesn't display hard tabs.
Feb
22
asked When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
Nov
7
awarded  Scholar
Nov
7
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
Marked as correct. Thanks again, Matthew.
Nov
7
accepted Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs