Hi there... I've been searching around for hrs now & it's doing my head in!!!!!!
I've just installed Fedora 17 & i have an NTFS formatted USB drive shared with the 'other' OS on my machine full of music & videos.
Is there anyway to set 'rwx rwx rwx' permissions when a USB drive is auto mounted - without an entry in fstab? Everytime I use fstab & my drive isn't there when Fedora boots, the boot process stalls.
I thought about scripting it manually, but I need the drive available prior to kde starting, so a script in autostart is out...
Currently when it's automounted by the system, it only gives the logged on user permissions to the drive.
Is there any benefit at looking into udev or does udisk control the mounting?