I set a drive to mount on boot and set the permissions with bindfs, but I still have no access rights, root only.
After reading everything on the issue I could possibly find, I found that mounting the drive in fstab, and adding a line for bindfs (is installed) would be the best way to do what I am trying, and did it to no avail (all users are admin's). I chowned the whole drive and chmoded it to 775 recursively but still have only limited access (access denied). I tried the drive with "default" and after some more research added the "noatime,nodev,nosuid" options, but neither work either.
I am trying to make it so that every user or a group of users has full rwx permissions, and no one is an owner of any file (or at least not in practice). It is to be used as a share for media and other non critical data, and there are documents everyone can contribute to, but I can not even edit and save files with different names.
Here is a copy of the relevant portions of my fstab file. Can anyone tell me WTH is wrong?!?!! (Preferably in N00Bspeak)
UUID=88c8e156-8e5a-405d-aeec-72e7eb9e81a5 /media/ARCHIVEZ ext4 noatime,nodev,nosuid 0 0 bindfs#/media/ARCHIVEZ /media/ARCHIVEZ fuse -p=0775,-m=1000:1001:1002:1003,group=1002 --multithreaded 0 0
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