permissions of fat32 partition
I have just installed slackware 9.0, and eveything is running fine. apart from one thing.
I have set my fat32 partition (hda5, which i use so i can access some files from both windows and linux) to mount to /fat with fstab.
it all works ok, when i'm root. but i set up a new user (tom) so i want logged in as root all the time (allready had a misshap delteing a folder that happend to be called usr, used rm -r /usr instead of rm -r usr :oops: ) anyway, i can't access the files when i'm logged in as tom, i can't see the files.
when i su to root and mount the partition manualy, i still can't see it (because its been mounted by root presumably?)
is there somewhere to set access permissions for different partitions? its really beggining to get to me :?
any help would be appreciated.