I’m trying to move a file into an external flash drive, but my laptop won’t let me. When my fresh install of Fedora 33 mounts the disk, it ends up owned by root:root with permissions rwxr-xr-x, so my regular user account cannot write to it.
I use Fedora 33 on my Thinkpad P14s laptop.
How can I change my settings so that external media auto mounts with more sane permissions?
On my system when I plug in a USB drive it auto-mounts at /run/media/user/drive/ and the user can normally access everything on the drive. There have been a couple times where I had to change to /run/media/user and “sudo chown user:user drive” after which every time I reused that drive my user had access.