I am trying to allow anyone to log in as a guest and watch movies on my secondary hard drive. It used to be a Windows computer so the file format is NTFS. As I don't have a backup drive big enough to copy everything and change the file format, Im stuck with NTFS.
Here is the line of code in /etc/fstab I used to auto mount it:
UUID=5292DEBE92DEA5AF /media/exthd ntfs-3g users,permissions,auto 0 0
I also added this line to /etc/guest-session/prefs.sh so the guest account was added to the group guests that I created
adduser $USER guests
I then set the group of every file to guests and gave it all group and global read access.
Is it even possible to do what I am requesting?
Whenever the guest tries to get to the drive it give an error saying:
"This location could not be displayed. You do not have the permissions necessary to view the contents of "seconddrive"."
EDIT: I discovered that the issue has to do with apparmor in the lightdm-guest-session profile. I don't have much experience with apparmor. how would I know what in that profile is causing the issue?