Gerhard Magnus wrote:
Everything works. The good news I wasn't expecting is that the
filesystems keep their permissions through the unmounting/mounting of a
reboot. In case anyone wonders, the extra "1" in "chmod 1777" blocks
users (other than root) from deleting the folder or changing its
Because it is an ext3 file system, the permissions are saved as part
of the file system. (Think of the permissions on /.) Access of the
USB drive is the same as the rest of your file system.
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