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[all variants] Best practice /etc/fstab mount

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http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi!!I've one question for you.. I need to mount some partitions automatically on boot through fstab file. The mountpoints are /mnt/<name> etc etc. I want to give writing permission to some users and groups with something like 775(I will choose later). So here is the problem... what's the best practice?? Create the folders in /mnt and give them the right permissions, like 775 and user:group owner. I must preserve this scheme for all the files that will be written, it is no good if a program run by an user will write stuff with different permissions. Create the folders in /mnt as root, (Hardware)