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    umask value


    what's the umask value if i want a normal user to be able to do RW on a mounted fat partition.
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    By default the value should be set to 0002
    So that means u=rwx g=rwx o=rx

    if you want to give the world rwx than set umask to 0000. For rw you'll need to set it to 0001

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