I'm fairly new to Mint, although I've dabbled with Ubuntu in the past. I can't, for the life of me, for any amount of internet searching, figure out how to set up /etc/fstab to mount a RAMFS type RAM drive on boot and have it readable/writeable by anyone but root.
I've tried with two different directories, /media/ramdisk and /ramdisk. I made the directories first, did "sudo chown /directory/here username:username" and the folders showed the proper permissions, great. But if I add RAMFS to the /etc/fstab it always becomes root access only when it mounts the RAM drive. I've tried many, many different configurations and variations of the fstab entry, including my newest one "ramfs /ramdisk ramfs defaults 0 0" but that doesn't work, none of them do. I've tried mounting THEN using chown, nothing. I've tried letting /etc/fstab mount it for me THEN using chown, again, nothing.
What am I doing wrong?