This is my problem:
I configured my RPi with Debian:
Samba shares a specific folder, that is readable-writeable-executable from my home network:
usbmountautomount USB devices when inserted in my RPi, in
No users should be logged in to do this
When I insert an USB device, usbmount mount it correctly, so RPi can write on it and a person can READ it through network. BUT no persons are allowed to WRITE on it through network.
Checking permissions on
/media/usb I found that:
- BEFORE usbmount mount device
- AFTER usbmount mount device
rwx-r-r, so only
root(usbmount work mounting devices as root) can write on it
So I've tryed to change the
FS_MOUNTPOINTS="" line in
/etc/usbmount/usbmount.conf file but I don't know how to force usbmount to automount devices
rwx-rwx-rwx or with "low-user write permission".