I'm trying to use bindfs to mount a partition with access for the two users I have in my PC.
I installed bindfs from repository: bindfs 1.12.2
I created a mountpoint called /srv/compartidopre (permissions:0700, user:root) and added this command to /etc/fstab:
UUID=185b927b-56cb-4fdf-9914-76883b593b02 /srv/compartidopre ext4 defaults 0 0
So far so good... it's working ok... but obviously I need to be root to access it.
I created a group called "compartido" and added my two users to it.
Then I run this command:
sudo bindfs -o perms=0770,mirror-only=@compartido,force-group=compartido /srv/compartidopre /srv/compartidopre
It works ok!
Finally I added this last line to the /etc/fstab file:
bindfs#/srv/compartidopre /srv/compartidopre fuse perms=0770,mirror-only=@compartido,force-group=compartido 0 0
But on the reboot the directory /srv/compartidopre it's not accessible to my users.
If I run this command:
sudo mount -a
...the directory is mounted ok and I have access from my user...
What am I doing wrong?