Steve wrote: > > Indeed it is a permanently mounted drive (internal IDE) and it > has been mounted on /mnt since before /media became popular. > > I'll try changing the type from fuse to ntfs tonight and see what > that does. The error message of "permission denied" leads me to > think that this will not solve the problem but hey, I've been wrong > before...1982 I think it was... ;-D > > I have to say though that I am really suprised that nobody on this > list can give a simple answer to the seemingly simple question of > "how do I change the mount point of a hard drive". > > Steve. > Maybe it is more of a problem with the subject that you used? Something on the order of: /dev/sdb1 /mnt/c_drive ntfs-3g <options> 0 0 It worked fine for me in F8 for mounting a NTFS partition. (Different names...) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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