[SOLVED] Kubuntu 10.04, i386, new install. Can't access EXT4 partition on same HDD.
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What's on the ext4 partition? Data? Another operating system? How have you tried to access it? Do you have a mount point for it? Is it mounted? I don't have Kubuntu so I don't know where you access the terminal, probably the Menu icon?? get your partition information using this command as root (sudo): sudo fdisk -l (lower case letter L in the command). Also, take a look at the /etc/fstab file to see what you have. If you don't understand it, post it here.
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
/dev/sda1 * 1 6079 48827392 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 6079 7903 14648320 83 Linux
/dev/sda3 7903 8025 976896 82 Linux swap / Solaris
/dev/sda4 8025 30402 179743744 83 Linux
Well, you can write to it only as root. And if you open dolphin as a normal user, you don't have root-permissions.
There are two ways: write to the partition as root on the commandline, or create folders as root and change the owner of the folders to the normal user which then will have write-permissions within the folders