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Well appears to be that i have two partitions..one of 300gb i did
on windows time ago and one of 100gb where i place my DEBIAN LENNY 5.0
, the problem is that i cannot write into it..only i can copy stuff from
YES..THAT's fine..but what should i do? i still cant write into the disk!
juanchy:/home/criacuervo# cd /mnt/hda5/
books Mis Webs.zip
David Lynch music
debian-502-i386-DVD-1(1).iso para el phone
fileowner.html proyecto html
fotolaura.jpg System Volume Information
fuck html The.Idiots.1998.PL.DVDRip.DivX-TML5080
Listado de italiano.doc videos u2
logo 5.jpg videos youtube
Mis Webs Woody Allen A Life in Film (TV) 
juanchy:/mnt/hda5# mkdir cosa
mkdir: cannot create directory `cosa': Read-only file system
Meaning that you have had errors on boot up and the system is in read-only mode.
No, that line is from the fstab, it indicates that if there are errors to remount ro, it does not necessarily represent the current situation. To find out how the disks are currently mounted the OP should post the output of:
USER'S $HOME/.dmrc file is being ignore. This prevents the default session and language from being saved .File should be own by user and have 644 permission. USER'S $HOME directory must be owned by user and not writable by other users.
And remember i still can't write on my 300gb partition.