I have FC4 with kernel 2.6.14-1.1656-FC4smp HAL version 0.5.2
I have created a file, storage-policy-pers-3.fdi (posted at http://home.hiwaay.net/~cwelch/stora...icy-pers-3.fdi
) and placed it in /etc/hal/fdi/policy for the purpose of directing HAL to write specific stuff to the /etc/fstab in particular, to mount /media/cdrecorder as /media/cdrom and /media/cdrecorder1 as /media/dvd and also to mount a vfat partion /win95 on /dev/hda2 read/write (rw).
The fstab created is posted at http://home.hiwaay.net/~cwelch/fstab.txt
, the output from lshal is posted at http://home.hiwaay.net/~cwelch/lshal.txt
I know that storage-policy-pers-3.fdi is being read correctly in part because the cdrom drive and the dvd drive are mounting with the correct mount point. Also the lshal echos some of the directives I have entered with no problem.
HOWEVER, the vfat partition is NOT mounting rw for "all," it is mounted with just r-x permissions for "all."
I can mount the partition manually by the following 2 commands, and all is well, but I would like for the system to boot up in this "state."
#mount -t vfat -o umask=0 /dev/hda2 /win95
Am I missing some option or directive in the storage-policy-pers-3.fdi file, or using improper or incomplete syntax, or is there a bug in FC4?