I am trying to let other users access my external 1TB NTFS hard drive mounted automatically at
The problem is that by default, udisk2 (present with Ubuntu 12.10) automatically creates:
/media/[username]with chown: root:root and chmod: 700
/media/[username]/STORAGEwith chown: [username]:[username] and chmod: 700
Therefore no other user can access it, not even the UPnP server if it is running as a different user than [username].
Of course I could, just chmod everything this time but if I umount and mount then the default permissions will be back on and I'll have the same issue.
The answer probably has to do with a permissions to add in
/etc/udev/rules.d/ but I am not an expert.
Can you help?