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Error opening /dev/sdb:Permission denied

Posted 11-02-2009 at 04:36 PM by Neo@Matrix

What distribution are you using?

On Ubuntu, root isn't given a password by default, but the first user to have an account will be able to use the `sudo' command to run individual commands. So, instead of typing `program-name --argument' to run your program as a normal user, you'd type `sudo program-name --argument' to run your program as the root user, and then everything should be dandy.

As I wrote ,I use Ubuntu 9.04 ,
I tried the command :
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