On Thursday 13 September 2007 15:43:05 Zbigniew Komarnicki wrote: > On Thursday 13 of September 2007 12:13:46 Mel wrote: > > Well, that kills that. Only thing I could think of is setuid mount_ntfs. > > It's really weird, cause I can't get ntfs to mount under normal userid > > even with correct permissions. What you can do shouldn't be possible for > > 2 or 3 reasons. I wonder if it's just ntfs, can you mount another > > partition as normal user? Like, unmount /usr and remount as normal user > > or if you have a less busy partition like /data or whatever. > > Yes, this is only for ntfs. > For ufs or msdosfs partitions (slices) it is not posible. > Only ntfs I can mount and unmount as normal user. > > What I should to do with ntfs_mount? Remove the setuid?
The ls didn't list a setuid (you would see -r-sr-x-r-x), I would expect it to for this behavior to occur. I have no idea how this is possible and would see it as security risk if you're not the only user of the machine. -- Mel _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"