The solution is to mount the
FAT32 (vfat) filesystem with the option
umask=0. An entry in the
/etc/fstab would be similar to following:
/dev/hda4 /mnt/windows vfat umask=0 0 0
If this is changed while the filesystem is mounted, the filesystem must be unmounted and remounted for the change to take effect....
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