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Re: Mount Other filesystems

HoytDuff wrote:

On Wednesday 30 July 2003 07:50 am, shrek-m gmx de wrote:

should redhat follow this but_others_do_it - example too ?

so it must be relative harmless

sorry, i feel really good with the redhat-way,

I think the point Maynard was making was that the danger might just be over-exaggerated. Red Hat can do it whatever way they see fit, but users like to hear a valid reason and the "Alpha/danger" reason does not appear valid in the face of other practices without some additional substantiation.

i am no lawyer and my panic is over-exaggerated too.

what happens if i install redhat linux as dual_boot eg. in a little productive environment.
rhl recognice all fat* (ntfs4, ntfs5, ntfs5.1, ...) partitions and mount it automacillay and i forget to disable this.

normaly there are no problems!
can you take a look in the future and can you tell me what ms will do with the next servicepack ?

Maynard: "so it must be relative harmless"

but what happens if the whole fat-partitions including c:\windows are suddenly damaged while you have read-access with linux on this WS.
from one day to the other, propably after an windows-update or redhat-update ?

than i can only hope that the backup for this WS (if there is one) is ok and nobody will money back for the none productive time.

my points are:
a user who is not able to mount his fat* or ntfs* - partition should wait until he know how to do this.

the default should be:
windows has only *local* access on own fs
linux has only *local* access on own fs

-- shrek-m

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