Recently i bought my ASUS Eee PC and it is my first Linux experience, and im loving it.
I'm looking to install a game onto the PC, although it wont quite fit on the computers tiny internal 4gb Flash Memory, so i would like to install it to an external 8gb USB flash drive.
Basically, i can install to the /home/user/ perfectly (but theres not enough space). However when i select to install to the USB it gave me the following errors;
I've tried many things so far, including changing permissions and ownership of the USB drive.
sudo chmod -R /home/user/cj/ (cj is the USB's name)
This successfully changes permissions recursively for the USB and all subfolders and files, however i makes no difference on the install.
Then i tried;
sudo chown -R /home/user/cj/
This is meant to change the owner of the USB to me, however it tells me i dont have permission to change it.
Any help would be appreciated.
I've already had some minor experiance is permissions as a Virtual Private Network Client (VPN) was in /etc/vpnc/ which i had no permission to, and i needed to put a file into that folder, and i found the following two ways around it;
sudo chmod +rwxrwxrwx /etc/vpnc/
sudo mv monash.conf /etc/vpnc/monash.conf
Thanks in advance.