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Linux Filesystems Without Permissions?

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I’ve got a new 2Gb pen drive. It will mostly be used on Linux, but on different machines. So I wanted a filesystem that is better than FAT.

This is not too difficult, but I’ve found that because of the UNIX permissions on filesystems like EXT2 or ReiserFS, it makes the use of the filesystem on multiple systems useless.

I’ve tried to Google about this, but came without any answer…. I really don’t want to go back to FAT. So my solution (for now) is to chmod -R 777 /mnt/pen. This (seems) to work, but more testing needed.

Anyone got a better solution?