Unable to delete files from Samba mounted FAT32 USB drive mounted on debian

Hi , I am using a raspberry pi as a Nas and running rasbian.
I connected and mounted the drive . I launched samba can read the files from both Mac and OSX but i cannot delete any files .
I checked permissions and I should be able to but yet nothing . I do not know what I am missing .
I am new to Linux permissions and im learning CLI so any help would be appreciated

ther result of ls-l is

drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 32768 Sep 17 18:43 $RECYCLE.BIN
drwxr-xr-x 6 root root 32768 Oct 12 18:00 shares
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 32768 Sep 17 18:42 System Volume Information
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 32768 Oct  9 05:04 Video Server

I am also unable to change ownership due to permissions denied .
My end point is to have a NAs where i can store and delete files from MAC Clients , Windows Clients and other Debian clients

I have attached my smb.conf
Andre PAsked:
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Great way of using a Raspberry Pi ;)

Did you read my article?


I prefer to have the EXT2/EXT3 filesystem btw, as it's native to Linux. Can you post your fstab file as well?

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Andre PAuthor Commented:
Great Article !!

I found that I needed to add umask 0000 to the mount command and to fstab .
BTW I love the Pi .. I have 5 of them attached to every TV in my house they are mini network.
Regarding EXT file systems . I need to be able to plug the drive into either a mac or a windows machine when I need to copy 50-100 gigs of data.
I need a file system that will do that .. Would  I be better off switching ?
Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
I wouldn't switch in that case, the low transferrate of the network interface of the Raspberry is the issue. I have a Banana Pi as well, use it as a NAS but that one doesn't handle full HD video, for that, Raspberry is better.
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