Thanks, I didn't expect this to work with busybox but it did.
David.


Eric Ayers <ericzundel@yahoo.com> wrote:
You might be able to work around this problem with some different
options to mount:

uid=value and gid=value
Set the owner and group of all files. (Default: the uid
and gid is given in octal.
of the current process.)

e.g.

mount -t vfat -o uid=123,group=123 /dev/mmc



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