Problems with writing to a mounted windows fat32 partition
I cant write to my fat32 windows hard drive. i have it mounted, and can read from it perfectly fine, but i can only write to it when i am on as the root user. When logged on as the root, i try to change the group or the owner of it by changing the settings under the permissions tab on the drive properties, but it wont let me change any settings, saying i do not have the permissions neccessary to change the settings. I dont get it, i am logged on as root and it says the owner and group of the drive is root... i think it may be a prob with how i am telling linux to mount it. this is the string i put in the "/etc/fstab" file:
/dev/hde1 /mnt/Storage vfat auto,owner,users 0 0
Any help would be great, thanks!!
also, i know this is a dumb question, but how do i get the "numlock" key to be turned on (make it default to be on) every time my system boots??