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Old 03-05-2005, 02:02 PM   #1
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aMule and writing to FAT32


Due to a lack of space on my (home partition, I set aMule's 'incoming' directory to FAT32 partition through a symlink. Everytme I finish downloading a file I get the following error message:
Code:
Impossible to set permissions for the file /home/linmix/Musica/filename
(error 1: Operation not permitted)
Additionally, completed ownloads do not disappear from the 'Transfers' window. I have found I can solve this by cancelling the download and accepting a warning message:
Code:
Are you sure you want to cancel and delete this file?
filename
The file disaapears from the 'Transfers' window, stays in the 'Shared Files' and is not deleted from the FAT32 partition. However, if I don't do this immediately, after every startup I'll get the same error message and aMule will write a new copy of the downloaded file to the incoming folder.

Is there any way to change this behaviour so that aMule works like it would when writing to a linux native partition?

For your information, file permissions are set in fsatb with "umask=000"

Last edited by linmix; 03-05-2005 at 02:04 PM.
 
Old 03-06-2005, 07:27 AM   #2
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That was a very old problem known with xMule, but it should be gone by now with new versions of xMule and aMule for that matter. Do you have "exec" permissions to your fat32?. Here is my fstab line:

Code:
/dev/hda1 /mnt/win_d vfat uid=500,gid=500,umask=000,exec,dev,suid,rw 1 0
I hope it helps...
 
Old 03-06-2005, 01:09 PM   #3
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No, my fstab reads:
Code:
/dev/hda7   /mnt/windows/f   vfat	defaults,umask=000,iocharset=iso8859-1,codepage=850	0 0
I tried to get some sharacters like and to work but it didn't do much. I'll try modifying it to what you have and see what happens.

I'm surprised at the "rw" as I can read and write (well, except for aMule that is) to the partition without any problem.
Does the uid=500 and gid=500 give exclusive access to one specific user?

Anyway, man mount tells me:
Code:
 defaults
                     Use  default options: rw, suid, dev, exec, auto, nouser,
                     and async.
so exec is set.
 
  


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