ARM XFCE Preview 2 RPi4.
Here's the deal, I have a 3TB NTFS drive I want to automount for an SMB share.
What I usually do, and have done in the past on Manjaro KDE & Ubuntu MATE (RPi2) is adding it to /etc/fstab.
I create the folder (Deluge) in my home dir for the mount point, all good, I'm the owner and have all permissions.
But.. if I add it to /etc/fstab, owner and group is changed to root and I can't for the life of it change it.
dev/sda1 /home/michael/Deluge ntfs defaults 0 0
I've tried the usual as root and with sudo
chown -R michael /home/michael/Deluge
chgrp -R michael /home/michael/Deluge
Nothing changes and root is still owner when I do a ls -l /home/michael/Deluge.
The only way my user (michael) has full access is if I remove it from fstab and do a manual mount once booted to DE.
I've never experienced this before, any suggestions ?