How do I change permissions for a folder on an NTFS filesystem?
By setting up folder permissions on Windows XP Pro I can make sure that only I have access to my folder that I keep on my slave IDE NTFS drive whether it is being accessed locally or via my wireless network with my ibook (OS X Panther). In essence it is impossible to access the folder with out logging in with my user name and pass word at some point. I dual boot into Linux (Ubuntu Gusty). When logged into Ubuntu any user (there are 3 not including root) can mount the NTFS slave drive and access any file or folder. also when the server is booted into Linux any one can access the folder via the ibook (because I am currently sharing that folder from Linux and Windows). I cannot change the permissions of the folder to allow only one user (me) to see or change the contents of this folder in Ubuntu. I believe I cannot do this because the Drive it is on is NTFS because I can edit permissions for folders on the Linux partition on the master drive. My question obviously is; How can I edit the folder permissions on an NTFS formated drive using Linux?
Thank you for any help