User HDD Write Permission??
I have added a harddisk to my desktop system, but I am not allowed to write to it as user.
Here is the output of 'id' and 'groups' from userarea and root, respectively:
uid=1000(myself) gid=1000(myself) groups=1000(myself),6(disk),7(lp),10(wheel),21(locate),81(dbus),82(hal),91(video),92(audio),93(optic al),94(floppy),95(storage),98(power),100(users),102(policykit)
uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root),1(bin),2(daemon),3(sys),4(adm),6(disk),10(wheel),19(log)
disk lp wheel locate dbus hal video audio optical floppy storage power users policykit myself
root bin daemon sys adm disk wheel log
All my disks have
I had thought that as long as the user (myself) belonged to the group 'disk', I, as user, would have full/all permissions. And I do, for the disk which was present during my Linux installation (Arch Linux), but not for the newer disk. I have the newer disk commented out in 'fstab', but that shouldn't make a difference? Otherwise all settings look, to me, to be the same for all disks.
What am I missing?