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comment How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?
I guess the same's true for symlinks. There, you get "Function not implemented". At least it works in /data/local once again. Actually, hang on—symlinks really aren't implemented, so if you try using one in /sdcard it'll be broken... better not do that, then. :-(
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comment How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?
:-/ Silly me. That's what comes of not actually changing the bits in the chmod call... well then, I guess I'm stuck with working in /data/media if I ever want things +x. Thanks for explaining.
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comment How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?
How come it works for root, then?
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comment How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?
@Flow: thanks, that's a wise suggestion. Done.
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revised How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?
Clarify that it's ext4 and fuse and emphatically not FAT32
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revised How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?
Be less specific about what I think the problem is (I think I was wrong)
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