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I have both WinXP and Suse 9.2 on my hard drive. I have stored all my digicam pictures to windows/D (FAT32). I have no problems reading them, but I can not put new pictures there with Suse. It seems I have no write access to it. I have tried to put my account as owner, but it didn't work.
Should I modify SUSE's way of mounting the D at boot, and if so, how can I do that?
Or would it be better just to store the pics to the Suse partition?
OK, I reformatted the D to FAT. Now, I can access it as root (both read and write) but not with my own account. How can I change the permissions so that any user can fully access D? I tried it the windows way, i.e. right-clicking on the D and selecting the permissions tab, but that failed to do the trick.