I mounted a FAT32 drive onto my Linux computer using the following terminal command:
> sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/exampleFolderName -o dmask=000, fmask=111
I did this so I could share / edit the files over a network connection. Unfortunately Linux doesn't support per file permissions in FAT32 format, so this sets the entire drive in the right permissions whilst it's connected.
If I understand mount correctly, I'll have to do this every time I plug the drive in, which I don't want to do. I've heard about:
So my question - how do I turn the above mount command into an fstab entry? If anyone could also explain what dmask and fmask mean, that would be appreciated.