How can I give more access to other users?
Like mounting drives.
I'm using R.H. 6.0 mostley like the KDE.
>I'm using R.H. 6.0 mostley like the KDE.
i.e. /dev/fd0 /mnt/fd0 ext2 user 1 1
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/dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy ext2 noauto,rw,user
/dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom iso9660 noauto,ro,user
/dev/hdd4 /mnt/zip vfat rw,noauto,user
Your zip drive might be on /dev/hdc4.
> I'm using R.H. 6.0 mostley like the KDE.
> >I'm using R.H. 6.0 mostley like the KDE.
> This is determined by fstab. For any device you wish a user to be
> able to mount, make sure the right end of the line has "user" in it.
> i.e. /dev/fd0 /mnt/fd0 ext2 user 1 1
> The above opinions are my own and not those of ISM Corp., a subsidiary of
> IBM Canada Ltd.
I have two machines at home. One acting as a gateway, and the other on a
private network. The gateway machine is firewalled, and will only allow ssh
and http access. It also does IP masquerading for the private network. A
friend of mine has a machine at home, and I would like to grant him secure
graphical access to files in my private network. The machines involved all
run Linux (i.e. the gateway, the inner machine, and my friend's machine).
I do not want to use a solution like FTP because it is not secure. I thought
of running a VPN, and then NFS mounting the needed directories from my inner
machine to my friend's. Is there an easier way to do this?
Thanks a lot.