HFS+ read/write for all users
I own an "old" iPod Video, originally it was formatted in FAT32 and everything worked nice with amarok and others applications... recently, I got a new-gen iPod and, after a little pain :D, it works with my linux box (kubuntu feisty)... then, I decided to use the "old" iPod as a massive storage media only, with capacity for big files (e.g. ISO image files > 4.5GB) and, as you know, FAT32 does not support that size of files, so I decided to format the device in HFS+ with my macbook. The process was a bit problematic, but after a while I can use the iPod HFS+ : read/write big files with my linux without problems... but only as root... (ok, I can do the things I need, but I want to be able to do it as my everyday-user)
In my /etc/fstab I have the following entry:
/dev/sdd3 /media/TUX-III-POD auto rw,users,noauto
and it works almost perfect: when I connect the iPod I've asked for open it in new window, I can see the contents, and using the command line I can sudo a cp... thus, what am I missing to activate r/w mode for all users? (or at least the user who mount the device)...
I also tried following options, but with the same results:
/dev/sdd3 /media/TUX-III-POD auto rw,users,noauto,uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=0000
and the same with umask=0022 ...
Thanks in advance,