2
votes
1answer
18 views

How can I set device rw permissions permanetnly on raspbian?

Im using Raspbian (distribution made for Raspberry Pi based on Debian). I have some scripts that use i2c. Normally only root has read and write permissions for i2c. Im using this command to add i2c ...
0
votes
0answers
17 views

server migration experiments

At our premise, we are going to have to migrate some servers. I'm making some experiments for try to make all the silly stuff before put hands on real servers. I got 2 raspberry Pi, installed ...
2
votes
1answer
68 views

Linux motion user - run it as ssh key as pi to remote server

This question is related to the two other questions I had earlier, about enabling Raspberry Pi to act as a motion sensor that will try to ssh into a more powerful server when it detects motion (the ...
1
vote
2answers
320 views

Permissions with writing NTFS partition from Windows

I mounted my NTFS external hard disk to my Pi this afternoon, my /etc/fstab currently looks like this (I encourage any recommendations or queries made on the properties made, especially the umask - ...
0
votes
1answer
51 views

Permissions help?

So I've set up a Wordpress site on my server. The problem I'm having is that Wordpress creates new folders to sort content uploaded from the Dashboard by day. But, somehow the server doesn't have ...
1
vote
1answer
73 views

What are the ramifications of recursively chown'ing the directories on an external drive that currently has 501:dialout or root:root permissions?

I have a Raspberry Pi that's running a Raspbmc distribution and I've noticed that a lot of the directories are either owned by the user 501 and the group dialout or both the user and group root. It's ...
2
votes
1answer
9k views

Mount USB drive (FAT32) so all users can write to it

I have a USB FAT32 drive that is on /dev/sda2. I've mounted it as /media/bigdrive however, I get permission denied whenever I try to touch a file there as a non root user. When I run mount I can see ...