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Read only for everyone but root? #12
This works great for me, but I can not get it to allow anyone but root to write to this location. I even tried mounting it inside the user's home directory, but as soon as it's mounted it reverts back to root:root with 755 permissions. Is there a way to mount it read-write for a non-root user? The mount command output claims it is mounted rw, but it won’t let other users cd to the directory or copy files there. I did create a fuse group, chgrp'd /dev/fuse to the fuse group (it was root:root) and made my normal user a member of the fuse group and remounted but it still doesn't allow them to cd to it or even view it properly with an ls.
For my non-root user, an ls -la of the folder I have mounted looks like this:
for root, it looks like this:
If I try to mount it as the regular user, the same command that works as root:
Am I missing something stupid here?