This sets the owner of the mount, files and directories not permissions. Doing so may or may not affect access over samba depending on a number of factors including who you login to the share as.rpdom wrote: mount -o uid=pi /dev/sda1 /home/mediaplayer/USB
That's useful to know.pcmanbob wrote:so I would say yes it can be done.
Looks to me like your disks aren't mounted. Nothing is showing in the output for your mount points, nor for any /dev/sd* devices.wonderingwalker wrote:With the command mount I got this
Have a look at X11 forwarding:https://www.google.co.uk/#q=x11+forwardingBosse_B wrote: I was looking for a way to send only the application window over...