Originally posted by JMK
by using hardrake so its under root and its a directory and its upadted to fstab its just getting the permissions that im having problems with
I have no idea about harddrake, sorry. Login to a terminal as root.
ls -l /path/to/j
will show you the permissions.
chmod 777 /path/to/j
will give everyone read/write/execute permissions (possibly unsafe).
chmod 744 /path/to/j
will give every one read access, but only the owner rwx perms.
chmod +r /path/to/j
gives everyone read access, without altering the perms of owner (other than granting read access).
Obviously put in the proper path to /j. This should get you on your way. Hope this helps.