<A more verbose explination of what happened>
Im trying to write on the ntfs so i can use it as a space hoar. Everytime i try to write as a normal user, i get "Permission Denied" but i found out, in an unfortunate way, that as root i dont have that problem. heh, tried to delete the folder, and forgot to unmount... lost several settings on the xp box... So i figure if i can change the permissions i wont have that problem, but i dont know how to change the permissions to an entire directory, and all subdirectories and files.
A friend of mine told me that because ntfs support is "experimental" its not recomend that you write to it because it could potentially crash the partition. but ive never cared much for silly things like that :-D
And yeah, forgot to mention im using samba, on mandrake9, but i'd like to know how to mount network drives and change permissions in slackware too.
and i have tried man. it did a good job of explaing things that i didnt need/understand.