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Originally Posted by a thing No output was given. grrrr.... can you write as root?...
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    Quote Originally Posted by a thing
    No output was given.
    grrrr.... can you write as root?
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    I can write to my other partitions as root.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a thing
    I can write to my other partitions as root.
    can you write to this one using root?? "/media/files"
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    Oh sorry! I think you misunderstood my last post. By "other partitions" I meant my non-FC3 partitions.

    I can write to /media/files as root.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a thing
    Oh sorry! I think you misunderstood my last post. By "other partitions" I meant my non-FC3 partitions.

    I can write to /media/files as root.
    thats strange that you cannot change the rights to /media/files...

    I'm confused on this one...
    since
    Code:
    chmod o+w /media/files
    didnt work, what about this
    chmod 777 /media/files
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    That didn't work either.

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    ok lets try something different..
    umount the drive,
    and remount
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    Already tried that.

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    ok then lets try something else...
    Code:
    umount /media/files
    rm -f /media/files
    mkdir /media/files
    mount /dev/hda3 /media/files
    chmod 777 /media/files
    what does this gets too
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    Quote Originally Posted by UgoDeschamps
    ok then lets try something else...
    Code:
    umount /media/files
    rm -f /media/files
    mkdir /media/files
    mount /dev/hda3 /media/files
    chmod 777 /media/files
    what does this gets too
    No luck.

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