I have a laptop with Ubuntu 14.04 installed, where I have a second hard disk that is mounted. I want to use it as My Folder for all kind of files (pictures, documents, music...) in order to have the main hard disk only for the distro and temporal things.
The problem is that I can't modify (write, change, erase,...) any file on it.
I just installed Fedora 12 lastnight I hve a secnd hard drive that i use for storage. Now i cannot rite to it or move or delete anything from it. I went ot check the permissions and it said it could notdetermine the drive permissions/ How do ifix this?
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I've got Fedora on drive sda. Using Gparted I've got two other internal hard drives sdb1 and sdc1 both are ext4 setup. I want to use them exclusively for photo storage. I've labeled sdb1 /photos. How do I change the permissions for this drive so I can read, write access to it? I'm not too good at this type of stuff and I know fstab needs to be edited. Somebody walk me through this process. . .
I am very puzzled by this problem I am having. I am trying to execute a file in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS via command line. I have a script that calls a program to run and write the results in a hard drive. I changed the permissions and ownership of everything to be wxr.