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how to make others have read/write permission when the aotu mounted usb flash disk pluge in ?

hi all:
as we know , when usb flash disk plug in and aotu mounted , the default permission of the usb flash disk is 700. that means others have no permission . the question: how to make others have read/write permission when the aotu mounted usb flash disk pluge in ? thanks !!
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