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  1. #11

    Thanks for the help guys!

    I managed to find an alternate solution. Had a script run from the user's login account that will automatically unmount the drive (initially mounted as root) and mount the drive again (this time as the user). This didn't affect the application running in the background so it worked. Thanks for the assistance!

  2. #12
    vfat always gives error . my advice to every one never ever use it to format .

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