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facts: ... i installed and mounted a harddisk from a different pc on my own one. From there i want to copy some pieces of data to the hdd of my pc, but still i get this: cp: ... permission denied ... .
my feeling says ... it's got something to do with the userrights ... .
So my question, i don't want to touch and change the userrights of the original data ... so what can i do?
here we go , i mounted a hdd, with a systempartition on a different - pc -> reason: missing libs (why ever, worked a long time fine) -> kernelpanic, every time i boot the pc ... now i want to copy missing libs from the systempartiton of the hdd from the pc, where i mounted the "false" system(partition) and copy it over .... *püh* .... my english is bad, my german much better ( lothar matthäus *g* ) ...