user permission for gvfs

Asked by Franz Beslmeisl on 2011-03-02

UsbSticks are automatically mounted by gvfs for the user who has the
gnome-session. The mountpoint is created just for this and removed afterwards.
Even an icon appears on the desktop. All this is exactly what I want.

But I have another user logged on, who wants to r/w the UsbStick too. The
permissions are too restrictive though. The second user isn't allowed anything.

Where can I change that???!!!

(To define everything in fstab would be an option, but a bad one because
I would have to keep a whole bunch of possible mountpoints in /media.)

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :
#1

Are you in the same groups? (except your username group obviously)

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Franz Beslmeisl (franz-beslmeisl) said :
#2

Both users have some groups in common, e.g. plugdev.