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Old 22nd March 2012
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Default Can FAT32 partition be writable by ordinary user ?

I use `mount_msdos -o rw /dev/wd0j /mnt/J` to mount a FAT32 partition. But it is writable only by root user.

BTW, why do all directory name in FAT32 become upper case ?

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