unpredictable "delete" "move to trash" or "cut" file menu option
each time that i navigate and select one or multiple files the options "delete" "move to trash" or "cut" are randomly disabled to enabled i must go to other folder and only when return the options are available i use fedora14 x86_64 kde and have rw permissions on the partition the fstab entry for the partition is:
/dev/sda13 /media/multm ntfs-3g defaults,noatime,gid=501,gmask=007 0 0
i have tested in dolphin and konkeror with the same behavior, please help
This sounds awfully like it might be permission related. Is /media/multm a shared directory?
The next time it happens, try opening a terminal and running ls -l on the items in question to see whether that turns up anything.
i did ls to the folder:
[dorian@casiv downs]$ ls -lash
as see on the picture not even "copy" is enabled, my username is "dorian"(uid=500) belong to "localuser"(gid=501) group
[dorian@casiv ~]$ whoamithose folders are a local folders but are shared with others over samba , just in case i'll include smb.conf
[root@casiv ~]# cat /etc/samba/smb.confof course has i've tell before changing temporally folder activate the options "copy", "cut", "move to trash", "delete". please help that's really annoying, i'm suspicious that could be ntfs-3g related problem... could be a bug?... thanks
This is getting a little deep for me. The permissions indicate that all rights are granted. I don't know whether the fact that the folders are owned by root might be an issue or not.
If it's an NFTS file system, though, that might be an issue. I understand that Linux permissions do not translate transparently to NFTS, though I can't find a link that explains it clearly.
I am hoping someone comes along and helps both of us see the light.
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