[RDD] Centos 6.3 fstab permissions

James Harrison james at talkunafraid.co.uk
Tue Jan 15 19:42:06 EST 2013

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Does the appropriate user have execute permissions (via user or group
or world permissions)?

chmod 755 mount-dir might solve it.

James Harrison

On 16/01/2013 00:41, VE4PER/ Andy wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is something in SELinux that would
> prevent fileshare access? I have set up a network server box using
> ubuntu. The exports sets up fine and the fstab works OK on other
> ubuntu boxes; when I exit ubuntu and boot into Centos 6.3, the one
> I plan to run RD in, I get a 'you don't have permission to access
> contents error' when I attempt to view the share.
> The folders to mount the share in were created exactly the same way
> in centos as ubuntu (ie root created all subfolders in the media
> folder from terminal). fstab entry adding the same share also
> duplicated. appears to go through mount process with no error but
> when I attempt to view contents in file manager I get an X or
> restricted due to permissions error.
> any pointers would be a help thanks
> Andy
> ps anyone looking to update grub for centos to dual boot an added
> ubuntu OS do a search of man or help for "grubby"  command in
> centos worked for me. 
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