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Old 04-30-2009, 07:38 AM   #1
shank.nikhil
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File permission


hi,everyone

I m using debian 5.0 , i have manually mounted all the partition (say my windows ntfs partitions) and i have made the entries in /etc/fstab file. Now i can access
those partition but i am not able to manipulate (i.e write) file in these partitions i.e i don't have read write permission,also chmod 777 is not working and recursive too not working.

can anyone suggest how to handle it.
 
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