I'm using the Debian distro. As of right now, whenever I insert a USB flash drive int the USB port, it get automatically mounted, and creates a new folder for it in the /media folder. The problem I'm having, is that the only person that has permission to access the drive once it's mounted, is the original account that I set up when I install Debian. I've tried to manually change it with "chmod", but it doesn't have an effect. I've also tried to add an entry in fstab to make it mount it with proper permissions, but it doesn't have an effect either. Here is the line that I added (which I pretty much copied straight from http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ions-330584/):
/dev/usb /media/flash auto users,umask=1000,rw,noauto 0 0
does anyone know how to fix this so that other users can insert their drives and use them like normal?