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Old 1st August 2008
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Hello,
Locate is very usefull tool for quick finding files. The problem I'm facing is that when I update its database:
Code:
# /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb
... it appears some filesystems are completely missed.
I'm updating the DB as root - I want when I locate something with my regular user it should be able to dig trough the whole disk space.
The missing filesystems are mounted in the time of the update and the root user definately have read permissions on them.
All 3 affected filesystems are NTFS.

Can you explain that behavior? Do you have any idea how to add these filesystems to locate indexing path?
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