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hello there. i have a problem with my mapped drives from linux. They show up in windows as read ony and the propierties in linux are 7777 for all the subfolders. what can i do to seet not read only in windows????
sorry i forgot to put ext3 /dev/sda5 /myfolder ext3 umask=000,auto,users 0 0
but anyways i already put it back to /dev/sda5 /myfolder ext3 defauls 0 0
beacuse with the umask didnt wount the partition. the partition ias a ext3. but my problem is i cant edit folders in windows. i am able to edit files but not folders.
Originally posted by jocast hello there. i have a problem with my mapped drives from linux. They show up in windows as read ony and the propierties in linux are 7777 for all the subfolders. what can i do to seet not read only in windows????
I don't understand?? You set Windows partitions as what exactly? As EXT3?? or FAT32 or ntfs?
no, all my partitions are ext3 in my server. i am trying to make some changer from a workstation which has window$ i have the folder mapped. in the propierties (in the linux box) showes my 7777 but when i try to meke the changes in windows the program says file access denied. and i give right click to the folder in the mapped dirve and the RO check bos is marked but the mark is not black is gray. and i cant meke the upgrade i need to do to those files and/or folders