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?
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. . .
On my Linux system, I've got into a situation where there are not write/execute permissions on directories on a mounted drive. As a result, I can't get into a directory before I open its permissions up. This happens every time I mount that drive.
My Macbook Pro hard drive is not working and I don't have a backup cd. I installed Ubuntu to see if I could access my files. I can see the folders but when I attempt to open them, I get a message that I do not have permission to view them.
I've been trying to mount a second hard drive into Ubuntu. I've been following this guide and a few others that are essentially the same. Everything's going fine until I try to add a file or folder to the mounted drive - I'm then getting permissions errors.
The guides I've looked at seem to suggest you only need the correct permissions for the folder you're mounting into (/mnt/sdb) in my case.
I am fairly new with Linux when it comes to mounting hard drives, so hopefully this is a simple question. I recently purchased a 3TB hard drive that would have read/write access with both Mac and Linux. The first step I took was to format the hard drive partition on a Mac system with "Windows NT Filesystem (Tuxera NTFS)".