kd7cyu at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 15 22:28:39 UTC 2011
Yeah I got it to work with permissions. For some reason it didn't work
the first couple of times I tried it that way but I may have had a
different disk plugged in or msstyped something.
On Sat, 16 Apr 2011, Geoff Shang wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Apr 2011, Tom Masterson wrote:
>> Note that teh combination of uid, gid, and umask work on most drives but I
>> do have one exteranl drive that is ext3 that I am still trying to find the
>> answer to how to make it writable by either a group or all users other than
> You should be able to deal with this in the filesystem itself. Just set file
> and directory permissions appropriately.
> The reason why VFAT is such an issue is that it doesn't support the concept
> of the owner of a file, so an owner and group have to be mapped to it. The
> default is whoever mounted the filesystem.
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