Hard disk don't allow to write as normal user
Hello to all
(sorry again for bad writting, english isn't my main language)
I had a problem with a HDD Samsung IDE 80Gb, after a previous format (1 month ago), i tried to format if for dual OS use, but the OS can't boot, now im trying to use it as data storage only, but WinXP shows the icon and when i try to get access, appears a message saying "The hard disk have not format", and i have downloadad ntfs-3g but "Bad File System or Super Block" message is shown . . .
I using Debian Etch 4.0 r0
I reformated the HD by this way:
"n" new primary partition, "1" for partition, "t" and 83 for ext3 fs, "w" for writting
- mk2fs -t ext3 /dev/hdb1
-fsck -t ext3 /dev/hdb1
but i can't write on the HD as normal user, also when i explore the HD it appears an icon of a folder with a lock named "lost+found", as root i can do anything
in another forum somebody advise me to use GParted, using ext3 as filesystem . . . with the same results. . .
After that i reformated the HDD making low level format (zero fill "dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hdb1") previously and using fdisk, mk2fs, fsck, and, again i cant' write as normal user
i also have changed the fstab adding the mount point with rw perrmision like this:
/dev/hdb1 /media/HD rw,user,noauto 0 0 (adding also umask=0 at the mount options)
and the folder in /media has all permissions with owner and group of my normal user account
What else should i try???
Thank you for your time
See you :)